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SIXTY-FIFTH 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 



1928 




1431-1447 MICHIGAN AVENUE 
1416-1442 INDIANA AVENUE 

CHICAGO 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois 



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ST. LUKES HOSPITAL 
YEAR 1928 



VISITOR 
The Right Rsv. Charles P. Anderson, D. D. 



OFFICERS 

President, Charles H. Schweppe, 209 S. La Salle St. 

First Vice-President, Robert P. Lamont, 411 N. Michigan Ave. 
Second Vice-President, John Stuart, 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Third Vice-President and General Manager, Louis R. Curtis, 
2100 Lincoln Park W. 
Secretary, Chauncey B. Borland, 105 S. La Salle St. 
Ass't Secretary, Walter B. Smith, 50 S. La Salle St. 
Treasurer, H. O. Edmonds, 50 S. La Salle St. 

Ass't Treasurer, L. L. McArthur, Jr., 50 S. La Salle St. 
Honorary President, Wm. J. Bryson, 410 S. Michigan Ave. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



TERMS EXPIRE 1929 

Chauncey B. Borland 
Frederick T. Haskell 
Samuel Insull 
Joseph T. Ryerson 
John Stuart v/ 

Robert P. Lamont ^ 



TERMS EXPIRE 1930 

Britton I. Budd 
Louis R; Curtis 
Frank Hibbard 
George A. Ranney 
Charles H. Schweppe 
Walter B. Smith 
Albert H. Wetten 



TERMS EXPIRE 1931 

Cyrus H. Adams, Jr. 
A. Watson Armour 
Rev. Duncan H. Browne 
Howard O. Edmonds 
Gardiner Lathrop 
Charles Ward Seabury 
Mark S. Willing 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

1928 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Charles H. Schweppe, President, Ex-officio 

Chauncey B. Borland 

Louis R. Curtis 

Samuel Insull 

Robert P. Lamont 

E. L. Ryerson 

John Stuart 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Charles H. Schweppe, President, Ex-officio 
Frederick T. Haskell, Chairman 
A. Watson Armour 
George A. Ranney 
Walter B. Smith 

NEW CHAPEL COMMITTEE 

Edward L. Ryerson, Chairman 
Gardiner Lathrop 
Frank Hibbard 

TRAINING SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Mark S. Willing 
Frank Hibbard 
George A. Ranney 

PERMANENT VISITING COMMITTEE 

Frank Hibbard, Chairman 
George E. Scott 
H. O. Edmonds 

COMMITTEE ON GENERAL OPERATION OF HOSPITAL 

Britton I. Budd 
Chauncey B. Borland 
Robert P. Lamont 

CONTRIBUTING MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

John Stuart, Chairman 
Cyrus H. Adams, Jr. 
James O. Heyworth 



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flJEDICAL BOARD 






1929 



President, Arthur R. Elliott, M. D. 
Vice-President, George W. Hall, M. D. 
Secretary, John Favill, M. D. 
Treasurer, H. O. Jones, M. D. 

SURGEONS 

SENIOR ATTENDING SURGEONS 
Lewis L. McArthur, M.-D/ Harry E. Mock, M. D. 

/W7-^(frHarsha, M. D. Samuel C. Plummer, M. D. 






JN^ Carl A. Hedblom, M. D. 

JUNIOR ATTENDING SURGEONS A// 



W. H. Byford, M. D. > R. W. McNealy, M. D 

Wm. B. Fisk, M. D. Selim W. McArthur, M. D 

H. E. Jones, M. D. \>C- T. L. Hansen, M. D 



Edmund Andrews, M. D. v Wm. H. Hazlett, M. D. 

A. Keid Morrow, M. D. 
v^ Clarence W. Honkins. M. D. v ' V : 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS 
Hart E. Fisher, M. D. ^ G. V. Pontius, M. D. 

John D. Ellis, M. D. i) A. Reid Morrow, M. D. 

Warner S. Bump, M. D. G£>" Clarence W. Hopkins, M. D. v 

R. F. MacDonald, M. D. Harold I. Meyer, M. D. 

E. C. Holmblad, M. D. 



PHYSICIANS 

SENIOR ATTENDING PHYSICIANS 

Robert B. Preble, M. D. Joseph L. Miller, M. D 

Arthur R. Elliott, M. D. Joseph A. Capps, M. D 

N. C. Gilbert, M. D. 

JUNIOR ATTENDING PHYSICIANS 

Laurence Mayers, M. D. George K. Fenn, M. D. 

George H. Coleman, M. D. 

ASSISTANT PHYSICIANS 

George W. Scupham, M. D. Grant M. Laing, M. D. 

Fred E. Ball, M. D. Clarence E. G. Brown, M. D. 

Walter Hoeppner, M. D. N. F. Fisher, M. D. 

Carl Rinder, M. D. 






MEDICAL BOARD 



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GYNECOLOGISTS 

CONSULTING GYNECOLOGISTS 

H. T. Byford, M. D. 

SENIOR GYNECOLOGISTS 

Arthur H. Curtis, M. D. H. O. Jones, M. D. 

ASSISTANT GYNECOLOGISTS 
E. A. Edwards, M. D. George H. Gardner, M. D. X 

Wm. T. Carlisle, M. D. 

OBSTETRICIANS 

CONSULTING OBSTETRICIANS 
Junius C. Hoag, M. D. Frank Cary, M. D. 

SENIOR OBSTETRICIANS 4 

Charles E. Paddock, M. D. Eugene Cary, M. D. '*,■ '\ 

Harold K. Gibson, M. D. X 

JUNIOR OBSTETRICIANS Y^ 
David S. Hillis, M. D. James A. Gough, M. D..V 

ASSISTANT OBSTETRICIAN / i 
James E. Fitzgerald, M^^^UM 

OPTHALMOLOGISTS 

CONSULTING OPTHALMOLOGIST 

Frank Allport, M. D. 

SENIOR OPTHALMOLOGISTS 

Frank Brawley, M. D. E. K. Findlay, M. D. 

E. V. L. Brown, M. D. 

JUNIOR OPTHALMOLOGISTS 

M. B. Wilson, M. D. Sidney Walker, M. D. 

ASSISTANT OPTHALMOLOGISTS 

Earl L. Vernon, M. D. Richard C. Gamble, M. D. 

Louis Bothman, M. D. 

OTOLOGISTS, LARYNGOLOGISTS & RHINOLOGISTS 

CONSULTING OTOLOGIST, LARYNGOLOGIST 

AND RHINOLOGIST 

T. Melville Hardie, M. D. 

SENIOR OTOLOGISTS, LARYNGOLOGISTS AND RHINOLOGISTS 
Norval H. Pierce, M. D. George P. Marquis, M. D. 

Edward P. Norcross, M. D. J. T. Campbell, M. D. 

JUNIOR OTOLOGISTS, LARYNGOLOGISTS AND RHINOLOGISTS 

Walter H. Theobald, M. D. John A. Cavanaugh, M. D. 

H. R. Lyons, M. D. 






MEDICAL BOARD 



DERMATOLOGISTS 

SENIOR DERMATOLOGISTS 
W. L. Baum, M. D. A^ A nJA Edward A. Oliver, M. D. 



ORAL SURGEONS 



CONSULTING ORAL SURGEON 

Thomas L. Gilmer, M. D. 

SENIOR ORAL SURGEON 

Herbert A. Potts, M. D. 

JUNIOR ORAL SURGEON 

Edward H. Hatton, M. D. 

ASSISTANT ORAL SURGEONS 

F. W. Merrifield, D. D. S. C. M. Holland, D. D. S. 

Earl T. Young, D. D. S. 

NEUROLOGISTS 

CONSULTING NEUROLOGIST 

Archibald Church, M. D. 

SENIOR NEUROLOGISTS 

George W. Hall, M. D. John Favill, M. D. 

ASSISTANT NEUROLOGIST 

Alfred P. Solomon, M. D. 

CONSULTING NEUROLOGICAL SURGEON 

Percival Bailey, M. D. 

PEDIATRICIANS 

CONSULTING PEDIATRICIAN 

F. X. Walls, M. D. 

SENIOR PEDIATRICIAN 

Isaac Abt, M. D. 

JUNIOR PEDIATRICIANS 

H. A. Bachman, M. D. Stanley Gibson, M. D. 

ASSISTANT PEDIATRICIAN 

H. F. Abt, M. D. 



UROLOGISTS 

SENIOR UROLOGIST 

Louis E. Schmidt, M. D. 

JUNIOR UROLOGIST 

Harry Culver, M. D. 

ASSISTANT UROLOGIST 

L. L. Veseen, M. D. 






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MEDICAL BOARD 



ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEONS 

CONSULTING ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS 

John Ridlon, M. D. John L. Porter, M. D. 

SENIOR ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS 

H. B. Thomas, M. D. Edwin W. Ryerson, M. D. 

Philip Lewin, M. D. 

JUNIOR ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS 

R. O. Ritter, M. D. -__ F. A. Chandler, M. D. 

ASSISTANT ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS 



B. H. Moore, M. D. Marcus H. Hobart 

Arthur H. Conley, M. D. Fred W. Hark, M. D. 



SENIOR PATHOLOGISTS 

E. R. LeCount, M. D. Edwin F. Hirsch, M. D. 

SENIOR PHYSIOLOGIST 

A. J. Carlson, M. D. 

JUNIOR PHYSIOLOGIST 

A. B. Luckhardt, M. D. 

DIRECTOR ROENTGENOLOGICAL LABORATORY 

E. L. Jenkinson, M. D. 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MEDICAL BOARD 

Coleman G. Buford, M. D. Robert J. Gay, M. D. 



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LeRoy Thompson, M. D. D. H. Williams, M. D. 

:, M. D. 



K. H. Tannenbaum, M. D. Clarence K. Jones, M. D. 



Walter S. Barnes, M. D ' f Eugene S. Talbot, M. D. 

Dwight C. Orcutt, M. D. James R. Greer, M. D. 



INTERNE STAFF 



Dr. F. L. McMillan, Chief Interne 



Dr. 


H. 


C. A. Mead 


Dr. 


G. 


C. Finola 


Dr. 


C. 


N. Lambert 


Dr. 


E. 


0. Latimer 


Dr. 


B. 


P. Tillotson 


Dr. 


B. 


Amberson 


Dr. 


A. 


E. Grimes 


Dr. 


J. 


C. Carey 


Dr. 


H. 


Williamson 


Dr. 


H. 


B. Elliott 


Dr. 


R. 


F. McGrath 


Dr. 


F. 


M. Boonstra 


Dr. 


R. 


M. Ekstrand 


Dr. 


G. 


H. Howell 


Dr. 


J. 


E. Tremaine 


Dr. 


J. 


I. Brewer 


Dr. 


E. 


P. Leeper 


Dr. 


L. 


M. Stilwell 


Dr. 


W 


. W. Ford 


Dr. 


G. 


M. Roberts 



Dr. P. A. Koestner 
Dr. T. L. Fentress 
Dr. T. L. McKee 
Dr. C A. Johnson 
Dr. C. Drueck 
Dr. W. E. Gregg 
Dr. C. E. Baumle 
Dr. E. M. Dorr 
Dr. J. C. Carey 
Dr. R. W. Brown 
Dr. H. D. Countryman 
Dr. H. E. Wiley 
Dr. W. R. Adams 
Dr. G. C. Foster 
Dr. S. Johnson 
Dr. K. E. Prescott 
Dr. B. E. Wagner 
Dr. J. E. Miller 
Dr. J. C. Smiley 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

1929 



MEDICAL CLINIC 



N. C. Gilbert, M. D. 
G. K. Fenn, M. D. 
H. B. Carroll, M. D. 
Clarence Brown, M. D. 
G. H. Laing, M. D. 
Carl Binder, M. D. 

S. W. McArthur, M. D. 
H. Meyers, M. D. 
G. V. Pontius, M. D. 
E. F. McDonald, M. D. 



SUBGICAL CLINIC 



B. B. Bancroft, M. D. 



G. H. Coleman, M. D. 

G. W. Scupham, M. D. 

F. E. Clowes, M. D. 

W. F. Hoeppner, M. D. 

N. F. Fisher, M. D. 

F. E. Ball, M. D. 

H. E. Jones, M. D. 

E. Andrews, M. D. 

Wm. H. Hazlett, M. D. 

W. B. Fisk, M. D. 



EAE, NOSE, THROAT CLINIC 



E. 


P. Norcross, M. D. J 


. T. Cavanaugh, M. D. 


W 


. H. Theobald, M. D. 


H. Lyons, M. D. 


A. 


J. Coombs, M. D. 


J. T. Campbell, M. D. 


S. 


A. Sciaretta, M. D. 

C. J. Kurtz, M. D. 


F. B. Balmer, M. D. 




GENITOURINARY CLINIC 


L. 


E. Schmidt, M. D. 


Harry Culver, M. D. 


L. 


L. Veseen, M. D. 

I. J. Shapiro, M. D. 

ORTHOPAEDIC CLINIC 


WiUiam Baker, M. D. 


E. 


W. Ryerson, M. D. 


A. H. Conley, M. D. 


P. 


Lewin, M. D. 


H. B. Thomas, M. D. 


F. 


A. Chandler, M. D. 


R. 0. Ritter, M. D. 


E. 


Hauser, M. D. 

F. W. Hark, M. D. 


M. Hobart, M. D. 




GYNECOLOGICAL CLINIC 


H. 


0. Jones, M. D. 


G. H. Gardner, M. D. 


W 


. T. Carlisle, M. D. 


A. S. Thurston, M. D. 


F. 


0. Eggert, M. D. 

M. J. Kiley, M. D. 

PRE-NATAL CLINIC 


E A. Edwards, M. D, 


E. 


Cary, M. D. 


J. Gough, M. D, 


H. 


K. Gibson, M. D. 

E. Madden, M. D. 

PEDIATRIC CLINIC 


J. Fitzgerald, M. D. 


H. 


Bachman, M. D. 


S. Gibson, M. D. 


A. 


K. Van Dusen, M. D. 

EYE CLINIC 


A. D. Biggs, M. D. 


F. 


E. Brawley, M. D. 


A. Sowers, M. D, 


R. 


Gamble, M. D. 

L. Bothman, M. D. 

NEUROLOGICAL CLINIC 


E. Vernon, M. D, 


A. 


D. Solomon, M. D. 

SKIN CLINIC 


L. Sloan, M. D. 


E. 


Oliver, M. D. 


E. E. Smith, M. D. 



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HENRY BAIRD FAVILL 
LABORATORY 



1929 

DIRECTOR 

Edwin F. Hirsch, M. D. 

CONSULTING PATHOLOGIST 
E. R. LeCount, M. D. 



FELLOWS 

Arthur P. Locke, Ph. D. 

The Seymour Coman Fellow of the Chemistry Department 

Paul J. Breslich, M. D. 

The John J. Borland Fellow in Medicine 

Edna R. Main, M. S. 

The Charles H. Schweppe Fellow in Immunity 

Frank M. Cochems, M. D. 

The Louis E. Schmidt Fellow in Urology 



Rose H. Brennwasser 



Harriet Benson 



Eva Chatlos 
Louise D'Aprile 
Kathryn Davis 
Helen Felinski 
Olga Giza 
Signe Johnson 



ASSISTANTS 
BACTERIOLOGISTS 

CHEMIST 

Mabel Niehaus 

TECHNICIANS 



Dorothy A. D'Andrea 



Marian Barnes 



Rose Maas 
Cecilia Poya 
Marie Poya 
Marjorie Sorensen 
Helen Subko 
Monica Subko 



Helen Lewis 



Miriam Wilbur 



CARDIOGRAPH LABORATORY 

TECHNICIANS 

LIBRARIAN 

Josephine M. Miller 



Lola Holmes 



Directory of personnel 
Revised as of April 10, 1929 



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ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 
SCHOOL OF NURSING 



OFFICERS 

1929 

DIRECTOR OF NURSING 

Mrs. Ada Reitz Crocker, R. N. 
University of Iowa School of Nursing 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF NURSING 

Florence Drake, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

SUPERVISORS, MAIN BUILDING 

Helen Johnson, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

Vivian Johnson, R. N. 

Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, Chicago, 111. 

NIGHT SUPERVISOR, GEORGE SMITH MEMORIAL BUILDING 

Maude Gooch, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

NIGHT SUPERVISOR, MAIN BUILDING 

Lulu Dilge, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

SUPERVISOR, GEORGE SMITH MEMORIAL BUILDING 

Josephine Gilbert, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

SUPERVISOR OF EDUCATION 

Bess Patton, R. N. 
Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Indianapolis, Ind. 

. INSTRUCTOR PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF NURSING 

Pearl Crawford, R. N. 
Harper Hospital School of Nursing, Detroit, Mich. 

INSTRUCTOR 

Ruth Poindexter, R. N. 
University of Oklahoma School of Nursing 



ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR OF PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE 

OF NURSING 

Sara Warner, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

Gertrude Ames, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

WELFARE DIRECTOR 

Mabel Shannon, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

SUPERVISOR OPERATING ROOM, GEORGE SMITH MEMORIAL 

BUILDING 

Vern Maloney, R. N. 

Illinois Training School for Nurses 

ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR OPERATING ROOM, GEORGE SMITH 

MEMORIAL BUILDING 

Edith Wahlbom, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

SUPERVISOR OPERATING ROOMS, MAIN BUILDING 

Marie Ante, R. N. 

St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn. 

ASSISTANT SUPERVISORS OPERATING ROOMS, MAIN 
BUILDING 

Marie Vittone, R. N. 

Children's Hospital, Detroit, Mich. 

Vernie Sedar, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

Mary Ann Rogers, R. N. 
University of Iowa School of Nursing 

NIGHT SUPERVISOR OPERATING ROOMS AND OBSTETRICS, 

MAIN BUILDING 

Beulah Goebel, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

ASSISTANT NIGHT SUPERVISOR OPERATING ROOMS, 

MAIN BUILDING 

Vernie Sedar, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

SUPERVISOR OBSTETRICAL DEPARTMENT 

Flora Swett, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

SUPERVISOR ORTHOPAEDIC DEPARTMENT 

Helen Swenson, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

SUPERVISOR PEDIATRIC DEPARTMENT 

Ruth Perkins, R. N. 
Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, 111. 

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NIGHT SUPERVISOR PEDIATRIC DEPARTMENT 

Helen Meeker, R. N. 
University of Iowa School of Nursing 

HEAD NURSES, GEORGE SMITH MEMORIAL BUILDING 

Gerda Pearson, R. N. 

Central School of Nursing, University of Minnesota 

Emma Gross, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

Elizabeth Hubbard, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

Elsa Rudolph, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

Hildegard Wudel, R. N. 
St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

HEAD NURSES, MAIN BUILDING 

Eleanor O'Toole, R. N. 

St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Lorain, Ohio 

Ella Saline, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

Elizabeth Marske, R. N. 

Minneapolis General Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Madge McCarthy, R. N. 

St. Johns Hospital Training School, Springfield, Mo. 

Elizabeth Schaffer, R, N. 

Western Reserve University, School of Nursing, Cleveland, Ohio 

Mildred Lusk, R. N. 

Chicago Memorial Hospital School of Nursing 

Elizabeth Miles, R. N. 

Central School of Nursing, University of Minnesota 

Ina Nelson, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing, San Francisco, Calif. 

Ruth Gamber, R. N. 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 

Anna Johnson, R. N. 

Somerset Hospital School of Nursing, Somerville, N. Y. 

Annabelle Raver, R. N. 

University of Alberta Hospital Training School, Edmonton, Alberta 

GENERAL FLOOR DUTY NURSES 

Sigrid Christianson 

Winnipeg General Hospital, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 

Leah Philpott 

Hamilton General Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario 

Anna Esau 

Central School of Nursing, University of Minnesota 

Dorothy Kalka 

The American Hospital School of Nursing, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WARD VISITOR 

Marjorie McDougall, R. N. 
St. Luke s Hospital School of Nursing 

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DIETITIANS 

Mary K. Sorenson, Head Dietitian 

Battle Creek College, University of Washington 

Lydia Mussman, Assistant Dietitian 

University of Illinois 

STUDENT DIETITIANS 

Frances E. Clarke 

University of De Pauw 

Violet Field 

Lombard College 

Katherine Kartheiser 

Rosary College 

DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Anna C. Armstrong 

Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 
Carla Nore, Althea Albrecht, Marie Mohn 

DIRECTOR OF KINDERGARTEN 

Selma Eckhaus 

National Kindergarten College 

DIRECTOR OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Mary L. Abby 

Chicago School of Fine Arts 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Nancy Osborne 
Milwaukee Downer College of Occupational Therapy, Milwaukee, Wis. 

ROENTGEN DEPARTMENT 

ROENTGENOLOGISTS 

Edward L. Jenkinson, M. D., Director 



Ralph O'Connor 
Ruth Conklin 



FELLOW 
Ivan G. Ellis, M. D. 

TECHNICIANS 



Elizabeth Lawless 
Irene Vetter 



Martha Fischer 
Mary Snyder 



STUDENT TECHNICIANS 



Margaret Sargent 



Ethel Foreman 
Margaret Carmody 



ANAESTHETIC 
Myrta M. Knbwles, M. D. 
Dorothy Tyler, R. N. 
Lavida Johnson, R. N. 
Carlotta Thompson, R. N. 



DEPARTMENT 

Mildred Brown, R. N. 
Anna Ronn, R. N. 
Madeline Kress, R. N. 
Florence C. Falk, R. N, 



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RULES 



AS TO 

ENDOWED ROOMS AND BEDS 



A donation of $5,000 endows a bed in a ward with the right to 
name the bed in perpetuity, but without the right to nominate occu- 
pants for the bed. 

A donation of $7,500 endows a bed in a ward with the right to 
name the bed in perpetuity and the right to nominate the occupants 
of the bed during the life of the endower. 

A donation of $10,000 endows a private room with the right to 
name the room in perpetuity, but without the right to nominate the 
occupants of the room. 

The sum necessary to endow a private room in perpetuity with tht 
right to name the occupants thereof shall depend on the size, location 
and general desirability of the room selected. 

The right to nominate the occupants of a bed or room shall be un- 
derstood to mean: 

That the endower shall have the right to nominate one patient at 
a time to occupy the said bed or room, and if all beds or rooms are 
occupied to a preference over all other applicants when a vacancy 
occurs. 

In the event that an endowed bed or room is occupied the Hospital 
reserves the right to place the patient in some other equally good bed 
or room. 

Persons nominated to free beds or rooms should be worthy subjects 
for such charity. 

Persons whose means admit of their paying for hospital care and 
treatment are not acceptable as occupants of free beds. 



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ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

CONDENSED INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR 
THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1928 

INCOME 

Hospital Earnings $907,468.94 

Rents (less Property Operation Expense)... 17,972.99 

Income from Investments, Bank Deposits, etc. 34,058.55 

Income from Trust Funds 16,848.83 

Supported Beds 3,300.00 

Contributions from — 

Individuals $18,443.71 

Churches 10.00 18,453.71 

Peck Memorial Fund 1,200.00 

Woman's Board 4,208.04 $1,003,511.06 



EXPENDITURES 

Provisions $238,786.29 

Surgical and Dispensary Supplies 81,847.20 

Wages and Salaries 421,729.17 

Fuel and Engineers' Supplies 69,578.32 

Fuel (Gas) 2,921.84 

Light, Power and Refrigeration 11,271.01 

Laundry Supplies 5,607.06 

Training School Rental and Supplies 9,447.48 

Miscellaneous Household Supplies 11,385.67 

Stationery, Printing and Postage 7,536.69 

Insurance 7,128.41 

Telephone (less Collection from Patients of 

$7,802.73) 5.600.59 

Renewals and Depreciation — 

Furniture and Equipment $30,061.16 

Bedding, Linen and Dry Goods 11,977.64 

China and Silver 2,752.64 44,791.44 

Building Repairs 44,607.47 

Interest on Mortgage Notes and Loans 32,814.24 

Loss on Bad Accounts 7,200.60 

Taxes 1,572.00 

Miscellaneous 19,629.20 1,023,454.68 



Balance, being Excess of Expenditures over Income $ 19,943.62 

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INCOME FROM ENDOWMENTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS 
APPLICABLE TO CURRENT EXPENSES 

ELI B. AND HARRIET B. WILLIAMS MEMORIAL FUND 

[ncome from Rentals $ 1 0,000.00 * 

Daniel B. Shipman and Louise M. Shipman Charity Fund 15,000.00 

Interest from Hunt Loomis Trust Fund 225.96 

Interest from George Pullman Lowden Trust Fund.... 520.11 

Interest on Invested Funds 33,538.44 

Rental of that portion of Saranae Building not used 

for Nurses 5,080.00 

THE JOHN JAY BORLAND FELLOWSHIP FUND 

Balance on hand January 1, 1928 $ 1,714.27 

Income ." 2,786.33 

Paid on Account of Notes 500.00 

$ 5,000.60 

EXPENDITURES 
Salaries $ 2,825.00 

Balance 2,175.60 

JAMES NELSON AND LOUISE RAYMOND FUND 

Receipts: 

Income $ 6,108.79 

Investments Called for Payment 29,000.00 

$35,108.79 

Expenditures: 

Invested ' $29,056.00 

Accrued Interest 211.46 

Fee as Agent Northern Trust Co . . . 53.80 

Overdraft January 1, 1928 141.64 

Mrs. Anna Louise Raymond 5,000.00 34,462.90 

Balance December 31 $ 645.89 

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INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTIONS 

Solomon Albert Smith. Walter Byron Smith, 
Harold Cornelius Smith, and Bruce Donald 
Smith for Maintenance and Upkeep of the 

Solomon Smith Ward $ 500.00 

Mrs. John J. Borland for Laboratory Salaries.. 3,500.00 

Hillman's Employees Benefit Ass'n 87.64 

Mrs. Marjorie B." Pitcher 21.50 

Paul W. McCella 1.00 

E. E. Selz 700.00 

Anonymous 100.00 

H. B. Kuppenheimer for Laboratories 1,000.00 

Gordon McCormick for Bepairs Elizabeth Ham- 
mond Stickney Nurses Home 5,271.29 

Mrs. Alfred H. Granger 25.00 

Mrs. Florence Pullman Lowden 100.00 

Dr. Maurice Rubel 50.00 

Spangenberg Brothers 15.00 

Public Health Institute for Care of Patients. . . 8,000.00 

Charles H. Schweppe for Bulletin 406.52 

Charles H. Schweppe Furnishing Nurses Sitting 

Room 1,251.88 

Charles H. Schweppe Furnishings Head Nurses 

Office 517.88 

Charles H. Schweppe Refrigerator Main 8 396.00 $ 21,943.71 

SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS 

t^Peck Memorial Fund for Research $ 1,200.00 

i/ Charles H. Schweppe Fund for Research 7,350.00 

t Emergency Committee Woman's Board — 

Tumbler $3,100.00 

Repairs 858.04 3,958.04 $ 12,508.04 



CHURCH CONTRIBUTIONS 

y St, Mark's Church $ 10.00 

SUPPORTED BEDS 

Hibbard Spencer Bartlett & Co $ 600.00 

i Mrs. John de Koven — Dr. James de Koven Bed 300.00 
y, E. B. Sheldon— Frances Ogden Sheldon Bed . . . 300.00 

THROUGH THE WOMAN'S BOARD 

Mrs. William E. Casselberry- — Barbara Temple- 
ton Bed $ 300.00 

Leslie Carter Bed 300.00 

Margaret Carter Bed 300.00 

St. Elizabeth Bed 300.00 

St. Helen's Bed 300.00 

St. Frances Bed 300.00 

Stranger's Bed 300.00 $ 3,300.00 

i-€'i. $> ■ 

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ENDOWMENT 

Bequest: John A. Spoor $ 15,000.00 ^ 

Fabian Estate Endowment of Bed 5,000.00 ^ 

Bequest: Robert Forsyth 10,000.00 ^ 

MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTIONS 

Mrs. E. R. Litsinger to Fund Furnishing Mrs. Crocker's 

Room $ 25.00 ^ 

St. Marks Church Woman Auxiliary 10.00 s 

Mrs. Martica Heyworth 27.00 

Mrs. Bertrand Walker 3.00 

Spangenberg & Company Christmas Contribution 15.00 v 

Mrs. Edward Ryerson — Records, Victrola, and Fern. 

Hibbard Spencer Bartlett Co. — 1 Turkey. 

Mrs. William H. Mitchell, Treas. St, Luke's Hospital 

Woman's Board for Supported Free Beds 2,100.00 

Mrs. Alfred H. Granger Christmas Contribution, Children's 

Ward, in Memory of Charles E. Brown 3rd 25.00 Y ' 

Mr. Walter B. Smith — Four Dozen Stockings for Children's 
Ward. 

Mrs. J. Ogden Armour — Six Turkeys. 

VV. M. Walker Co. — Oysters. 

Mrs. Frank O. Lowden, Christmas Contribution, for Flor- 
ence Ward 25.00 ^ 

Miss E. E. Hubbard — 1 Barrel Apples, 1 Case Oranges. 

Mrs. Stanley Field — Favors for the Following Holidays, 
Lincoln's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, New Year's 
Day, Valentine Cards, Naphins for Labor Day and 
Thanksinvine'. 



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PATIENTS ADMITTED 

JANUARY 1, 1928 TO DECEMBER 31, 1928 

Patients Remaining December 31, 1928 440 

Patients Admitted Surgical Male .... 3,459 

Patients Admitted Surgical Female . . 1,359 

Patients Admitted Medical Male 1,118 

Patients Admitted Medical Female. . 1,600 

Patients Admitted Gynecological Male. . . . 1,052 

Patients Admitted Obstetrical Female. . 1,497 

Patients Admitted Eye Male .... 577 

Patients Admitted Eye Female . . 129 

Patients Admitted Nose, Throat and Ear Male .... 862 

Patients Admitted Nose, Throat and Ear Female. . 802 

Patients Admitted Orthopaedic Male. . . . 291 

Patients Admitted Orthopaedic Female. . 339 

Patients Admitted Births Male 699 

Patients Admitted Births Female . . 651 

Patients Admitted Boarders Male .... 2] 

Patients Admitted Boarders Female . . 41 

Patients Admitted Accident Ward Male 408 

Patients Admitted Accident Ward Female . . 145 

Total 15,490 

Patients Visits to Out Patient Clinics 33,000 



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PATIENTS DISCHARGED 



JANUARY 1, 1928 TO DECEMBER 31, 1928 



Cured 5,544 

Improved 7,41 1 

*Unimproved 1,564 

tDied 461 

Miscellaneous 60 

Patients Remaining December 31, 1928 450 

Total 15,490 

Largest Number of Patients, May 16, 1928 604 « , 

Smallest Number of Patients, December 24, 1928 396 / ' 

Average Number of Patients 496 \ 

Average Number of Days of Each Patient 12.7 V 

Number of Free Patients Admitted 3,928 e& 

Number of Part Pay Patients Admitted 730 

Number of Pay Patients Admitted 10,392 

Patients Treated in Open Wards 10,148 1 

Patients Treated in Private Rooms 4,902 , 

Number of Days Free Treatment 40,860 

Number of Days Paid Treatment 140,197 

Percentage of Free Work 23% 

Total Days Treatment 181,057 

Number of Days in Private Rooms 41,366 

Number of Days in Open Wards 120,419 

Number of Days in Semi-Private Rooms 19,272 

Number of Days, All Persons 456,359 — - 

Decrease in Amount of Work Done 1% 

tMortality 3% 



*The most of the unimproved were admitted for diagnosis only, 
t Includes patients moribund at the time of admission. 



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The School of Nursing submits the following report for 
the year 1928 : 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND EDUCATIONAL STAFF 

Director 1 

Assistant Director 1 

Supervisor Smith Building 1 

Supervisors Main Building 2 

Night Supervisors 3 

Supervisor Operating Rooms 2 

Surgical Nurses 4 

Supervisor Orthopedics 1 

Supervisor Obstetrics 1 

Supervisor Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat 1 

Supervisor Pediatrics 1 

Supervisor Pediatrics (night) 1 

Head Nurses 17 

General Duty Nurses 5 

Instructors 5 

Social Director 1 

Students 

Students admitted in 1928 110 

Students graduated in 1928 67 

Students in school, Jan. 1, 1929 228 

During the year 1928 more serious attention has been given 
to the actual clinical opportunities available for the students. 
This has resulted in a well balanced experience in all de- 
partments of the hospital. Ward clinics have been consis- 
tently conducted in many departments affording excellent 
opportunities for observation on the part of the students. By 
more closely correlating the theory and practice of nursing 
in its various phases the nursing care of patients in St. Luke's 
Hospital has been rendered more efficiently. 

The interest shown and assistance given by the Woman's 

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Board is greatly appreciated. A beautiful piano given last 
spring was placed in the recreation room and has been a 
source of enjoyment for individual nurses as well as large 
groups when parties or receptions were held. 

Two senior students attended the meetings of the American 
Nurses Association held in Louisville last June. The reports 
given on their return were enthusiastically received by their 
fellow students. 

A scholarship in Nursing Education for the summer course 
given at the University of Chicago was offered to a graduate 
of St. Luke's Hospital by the Woman's Board. Miss Sara 
Warner was selected to enroll for the course, later retarning 
to the nursing staff in a teaching capacity. Such encourage- 
ment is far reaching in its influence. 

We desire to express our sincere appreciation to the Presi- 
dent of the Board of Trustees and to those members of the 
Woman's Board who have so constantly and willingly assisted 
in the social welfare of the nurses. 

The members of the graduating class of 1928 demon- 
strated their interest in the welfare of their fellow nurses by 
presenting the Nurses Infirmary with attractive dishes and 
glassware as well as several comfortable chairs. 

An Inter-Collegiate Branch of the Young Women's Chris- 
tian Association of Chicago has been organized among the 
student nurses with a rapidly growing membership. Interest- 
ing meetings, parties and picnics have been held during their 
first year. 

The nursing staff have conducted very profitable meetings 
one evening each month at which time interesting talks were 
given by some member of the medical or nursing staff. A 
social hour followed each meeting. 

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We are very appreciative of the cooperation of various 
members of the Medical Board for the lectures given in the 
various clinical courses and also for their kindly attention 
to all nurses when ill. 

ADA REITZ CROCKER. 

Director of Nursing. 



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HENRY BAIRD FAVILL LABORATORY REPORT 

The Henry Baird Favill Laboratory of St. Luke's Hospital 
has been organized and developed for completing' promptly 
and accurately the routine examinations for patients in the 
Hospital, and for increasing its efficiency and usefulness by 
engaging in original investigations, the pursuit of which 
increases zeal and widens our knowledge of disease. These 
efforts, closely linked together, make an effective organization 
because in the routine examinations develop many problems 
for research, and the results of the research find their direct 
application in the examinations made for patients. Just as 
other years have exceeded their predecessors in the amount 
of work accomplished by the Laboratory so also does the 
year 1928 outstrip its antecedents in this respect. In the fol- 
lowing table are listed the number of routine examinations 
and their kinds completed during the year 1928 : 

Red and white blood counts ; hemoglobin 

estimations 29,639 

Blood coagulation tests 483 

Differential blood counts 1,217 

Gastric analyses 928 

Stool analyses 2,533 

Urinanalyses 23,173 

Bacterial examinations 6,229 

Widals 88 

Blood cultures 419 

Milk examinations 253 

Typhoid and autogenous vaccines released 

(for last 8 months) 161 

Guinea pig autopsies (for last 7 months) .... 100 

Wassermann tests 2,355 

Spinal fluid examinations 287 

Blood compatibility tests 145 

Chemical examinations 4,518 

Postmortem examinations 174 

Surgical specimens 4,586 

TOTAL 77,288 

Dr. A. P. Locke, the Seymour Coman Fellow in Medicine 
appointed through the Chemistry Department of the Uni- 
versity of* Chicago and Miss Edna Main, the Charles H. 
Schweppe Fellow, have continued their work in diphtheria 
and are engaged in determining certain chemical constitu- 

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ents of the bacteria, and of the toxic principle eleboratecl, in 
the hope of obtaining information concerning the composi- 
tion of the toxin and the method of its action in the tissues 
of a patient. 

Dr. Paul J. Breslich was appointed the John Jay Borland 
Fellow in Medicine on December 1, 1928. Dr. Stanley Crowe, 
his predecessor, was obliged to leave on account of illness. He 
and Dr. Warner S. Bump have reported the results obtained 
experimentally in the surgical repair and healing of severed 
or torn ureters. 

The Winfield Peck Memorial Fund administered through 
Dr. Joseph A. Capps has been available again for use in the 
Laboratory and with it a number of studies in bacteriology 
and pathology were completed. The photomicrograph ap- 
paratus has aided greatly the preparation of illustrations for 
manuscripts and records. Valuable additions to this equip- 
ment were made possible by a donation from Mr. A. B. Kup- 
penheimer. 

Recently through the generosity of Dr. Louis Schmidt a 
fellowship in Urology was established in the Laboratory. Di\ 
Frank M. Cochems was appointed. 

The Hospital Library has continued in growth and organ- 
ization. While progress has been made in completing files, 
there are a number of others incomplete, which when entire 
will add much to the usefulness of the Library. We regret 
to note the death of Miss Grace Enos, the Librarian. Her 
place has been taken by Mrs. Josephine Miller. 

Although research work is supported in the Laboratory, 
there is abundant opportunity for extension of this work. 
We hope that additional support by endowments or fellow- 
ships will further the investigations of this department. 

We again acknowledge gratefully the kindly support and 
encouragement from friends of the Laboratory. 

The recent publications from the Laboratory are as follows : 

Arthur P. Locke and Edna R. Main : 

"An Approximation of the Toxicity of Diphtheria Toxin in 

Vitro." 
Jour. Inf. Dis. 43 : 420, 1928. 

Arthur P. Locke and Edna R. Main : 

"The Respiratory Substances of the Bacteria." 
The Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago. 
In print. 

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Edwin F. Hirscii and Louis E. Schmidt : 

"Small Carcinomas of the Prostate Gland." 

Jour. Urol. 20: 387, 1928. 
Edwin F. IIirsch and E. R. LeCount : 

"A Death in Chicago in September, 1928, from Influenza." 

J. A. M. A. 91: 1186, 1928. 
Edwin F. Hirscii and George H. Coleman: 

"Acute Miliary Torulosis of the Lungs." 

J. A. M. A. 92: 437, 1929. 
Edwin F. Hirscii : 

"Rhabdomyoma Sarcoma of the Left Leg." 

Arch. Path. In print. 
Edwin F. Hirscii : 

"Myeloblastic Sarcoma of the Cranium." 

Am. J. Path. In print. 
Edwin F. Hirscii and Edwin W. Ryerson : 

"Necrosis of the Distal Epiphysis of the Right Femur." 

J. A. M. A. In print. 
George W. Hall and Edwin F. Hirsch : 

"Spastic Paraplegia with Paralysis in Flexion." 

Transactions Am. Neurol. Soc. In print. 
J. F. Smith and W. S. Bump : 

"Lymphoid Hyperplasia of Lachrymal and Salivary 
Glands." 

Ann. Surg. 88 : 91, 1928. 
Harriet Benson, Rose Brennwasser, and 
Dorothy D 'Andrea : 

"Neisseria Subflava (Bergey) Meningitis in an Infant." 

Jour. Inf. Dis. 43 : 516, 1928. 
Paul J. Breslich : 

"A Microsopic Carcinoma of the Testis Concealed in 
Chronic Granulation tissue." 

Jour. Urol. In print. 
H. D. Countryman : 

"Carcinoma of the Duodenum." 

Transactions of the Chgo. Path. Soc. In print. 
W. S. Bump and S. M. Crowe: 

"The Repair of Severed Ureters." 

Surg. Gyn. Obst. In print. 

(Signed) EDWIN F. HIRSCH 
(Signed) E. R. LeCOUNT 

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THE CHAPLAIN'S REPORT— 1928 

To the Board of Trustees, 
St. Luke's Hospital, 
Chicago. 

There is nothing of unusual interest to record in the Chap- 
lain's Report for 1928. Indeed, the average annual report 
might well cover any year. 

The customary round of duty has been maintained, the 
intention being to see each patient weekly, and more fre- 
quently where special request has been made. Obviously, in 
as large a hospital as St. Luke's, Chicago, where the Chaplain 
is also Rector of Grace, in which parish the hospital is situ- 
ated, more than this is not possible. Brief as such calls have 
been, however, evidences of appreciation from the patients 
have been many. 

At this writing, when the new Grace Church is nearing 
completion and parish interests are likely to make increasing 
and rightful claim, it is not difficult to foresee that unless 
the clerical staff is augmented the Chaplain's visits in the 
near future must of necessity be confined very largely to 
patients belonging to the Episcopal Church and to respond- 
ing to special sick calls irrespective of the source from which 
they come. It may not be as fully realized as it ought to be, 
but the fact remains that very many patients express them- 
selves as thankful that there is a resident Chaplain and a 
chapel within the hospital. 

No annual report from the Chaplain would be complete 
without a word of grateful recognition on his part of the 
general courtesy and helpful co-operation of the internes, 
nurses and others which have been extended in furtherance 
of his work. He sincerely trusts that this may always be 
to the fore. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT HOLMES, 

Chaplain. 



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PUBLICATIONS OF MEDICAL BOARD FOR 1928 



Isaac A. AM, M. D. 

The Organization of the Medical Staff in a Children's 

Hospital. 
Archives of Pediatrics, April, 1928. 
Pediatrics ; Methods of Examination. 
Wisconsin Medical Journal, April, 1928. 
The Significance of Lymphocytosis in Infants and Children. 
Medical Clinics of North America, July, 1928. 
Pediatrics. 
Volume in The Practical Medicine Series, 1928. 

Edmund Andrews, M. D. 

Blood Free Urinary Proteins (W. A. Thomas, M. D.). 

Archives of Internal Medicine, xli, 445, March, 1928. 

Source of Urinary Proteins (with W. A. Thomas, M. D.). 

Journ. A. M. A , xc, 539, February 18, 1928. 

Twisted ovarian cyst (with H. Kincaid, M. D.). 

Amer. Journ. of Obst, and Gynec, xv, 207, February, 1928. 

Newer Aspects of Liver Disease (with W. A. Thomas, M. D. 

and K. Schlegel). 
Surg. Obst, and Gynec, xlvii, 179, August, 1928. 
Postoperative Alkalosis, Large Ventral Hernia (with W. S. 

Bump, M. D.). 
Surg. Clinic of North Amer., viii, 615, June, 1928. 
Medical Terminology. 

Annals of Medical History, x, 180, June, 1928. 
Dangers of Postoperative use of Insulin (with Knute Reut- 

erschoild, M. D.). 
Surg. Gynec. & Obst,, xlvii-665, November, 1928. 
Studies of Postoperative Blood Chemistry (with Knute 

Reuterschoild, M. D.). 
Proc. for Soc. Exp. Biol, and Med., xxvi-17, October, 1928. 
Identity of Urinary Protiens in Nephritis (with W. A. 

Thomas, M. D. & K. Schlegel). 
Journ. A. M. A., xci, 1514, November 17, 1928. 
A New Clinical Test for Tissue Thirst (with W. A. 

Thomas). 
Archives of Internal Medicine, xlii. 776, November, 1928. 
Further Experiences with the Purely Fascial Herniotomy. 
Annals of Surgery, lxxxviii, 874, November, 1928. 

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Per civ al Bailey, M. I). 

The Structure of the Hypophysis Cerebri of Man and of the 
Common Laboratory Mammals. 

Chapter XV. in Special Cytology (Hoebuer, N. Y.) 1:485- 
499, 1928. 

The Psychology of Human Conduct : A Review. 

American Journal of Insanity, 8 :209-234, 1928. 

Pineal Pathology; Further Studies (with Horrax) Archives 
of Neurology and Psychology, 19 :394-415, 1928. 

The Microscopic Structure of the Adenomas in Acrome- 
galic Dyspituitarism (with Gushing). 

American Journal of Pathology, 4:545-565, 1928. 

Blood-vessel Tumors of the Brain (with Gushing). 

Chas. Thomas, Springfield, 1928. 

Die perivascular pia-glia-Membran des Gehirns (with 
Schaltenbrand). 

Journal of Psychology and Neurology, 35 :199-278, 1928. 

Roentgen Therapy of Gliomas (with Sosman and Van 
Dessel). 

American Journal Roentgenology and Radium Therapy, 
19 :203-265, 1928. 

A case of Pinealoma with Symptoms Suggestive of Com- 
pulsion Neurosis (with Murray). 

Archives of Neurology and Psychology, 19 :932-945, 1928. 

Hemangiomas of Cerebellum and Retina (Lindau's Disease 
with Report of a Case) (with Gushing). 

Archives of Ophthalmology, 57:447-463, 1928. 

Tumors in the Region of the Third Ventricle. 

Bulletin New York Academy of Medicine, 4:646-655, 1928. 

A propos des remarques de M. G. Roussy sur la classifica- 
tion des gliomes. 

Neurological Review, 11 :684-686, 1928. 

Joseph A. Capps, M. D. 

Precordial Pain. 

Memphis Medical Journal, 1928. 

The Prognosis of Bacterial Endocarditis. 

Utah State Journal, 1928. 

A. J. Carlson, M. D. (with D. W. Thorup) 

The Influence of Yeast on the Alimentary Rate. 
American Journal of Physiology, 84 :90, 1928. 
The Physiologic Life. 

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Information Relative to Pay 
Patients 



Under no circumstances, except in an, emergency, should a patient 
come to the Hospital without first having arranged for accommodations. 

Medical and Surgical Fees in the case of pay patients are fixed by 
private arrangement with the Attending Physician or Surgeon. 

PRIVATE ROOMS 

The rates in the Smith Memorial Building are: Single rooms, $7.00 
to $17.00 per day. Relatives or friends will be accommodated at the 
same rates as patients when the available space will permit. 

The rates in the Main Building: 

Single Eooms, per day . .$5.50 

Semi-private Eooms, per day 4.50 

Ward rates, adults, per day. 3.00 

Children under twelve years old, per day 1.00 

GRADUATE NURSES 

Graduate special nurses may be employed by patients at the fol 
lowing rates : 

Twelve hour day $ 7.00 

Twenty-four hour day 8.00 

Board for nurse, per week 12.00 

The entire transaction is directly between the nurse and the patient 
and payment should be made to the nurse. Graduate special nurses 
on 24-hour duty are to have eight hours rest at night and two hours 
off duty during the day. 

AN EXTRA CHARGE WILL BE MADE FOR THE FOLLOWING: 

Use of operating or delivery rooms ; gas anaesthetics ; X-Eay and 
electrical .examinations and treatments; Electrocardiographic teats: 
Metabolism tes;ts ; Physiotherapy treatments and unusual articles o f 
diet, medicines, apparatus and dressings. 



Science, 62:355-360, 1928. 

The Toxic Factor in Bile (with 0. H. Horrall). 

American Journal of Physiology, 85 :178-190, 1928. 

Harry Culver, M. D. (with Wm. J. Baker, M. D.) 

Extra Vesical Tumors in the Male, Causing- Interference 

with Urination. 
Transactions of American Association of Genito-Urinary 

Surgeons, 21:285, 1928. 

Arthur H. Curtis, M. D. 

Nelson's Loose-Leaf Living Surgery. 

Gynecology, Surgical Obstetrics, 7 :1928, Nelson & Sons, 

New York. 
Gonorrheal Disease of the Female Genitalia. 
Urethrocele, Cystocele and Uterine Prolapse. 
Anteflexion of the Uterus. 
Re displacements of the Uterus. 
Perineal Lacerations and Rectocele. 

Gynecology, Surgical Obstetrics, 1928. Nelson & Sons, N. Y. 
Malpositions of Uterus, Dean Lewis' Practice of Surgery 

Prior Co., Hagerstown, Chapter 3, 10:1928. 
Pregnancy after the .Menopause, A. Malignant Corpus 

Luteum Tumor, American Journal of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology, St. Louis, 15 : No. 1 119-120, January, 

1928. 
Gonococcal Lesions of the Female Genitalia. 
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, St. Louis, 

16 :No. 4,531, October, 1928. 
Curtis' Gynecological Diagnosis. 
W. P. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 1928. 

John D. Ellis, M. D. 

Skeletal Traction in Fractures of the Hand. 
International Journal Medicine and Surgery, May, 1928. 
The Management of Tarsal and Metatarsal Fractures. 
Journal of American Medical Association, July 14, 1928. 
The Industrial Implications of Spina Bifida Occulta. 
International Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Sept., 1928. 
A New Splint for Finger Tip Fractures. 
American Journal Surgery, Nov., 1928. 

John Favill, M. D. 

The Twenty-six Normally Possible Forms of Rotationally 
Induced Nystagmus. 

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Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 19 :318-323, Feb., 
1928. 

George H. Gardner, M. D. 

Lewis System of Surgery, Gynecology, vol. 11. 
W. F. Prior & Company, Inc., Hagerstown, Md. 

(a) Ovarian Tumors. 

(b) Pre- and Post-operative Care of Gynecological 
Patients with the Significance and Treatment of 
Some of Their Commoner Complications. 

Kelly's Gynecology. 

D. Appleton Company, New York. 

(a) Diseases of the Cervix. 

( b) Tumors of the Ovaries. 
Nelson's System of Surgery. 
Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York. 

(a) Carcinoma of the Cervix. 

(b) Adenocarcinoma of the Body of the Uterus. 

(c) Myomata of the Uterus. 

N. C. Gilbert, M. D. 

The Effect of the Purin-Base Diuretics on the Coronary 

Flow. 
Archives of Internal Medicine, in press (with G. K. Fenn, 

M. D. 
The Railroad Man's Heart, 
Surgical Journal, in press. 

George W. Hall, M. D. (with Edwin F. Hirsch, M. D., and 
Harry Mock, M D.). 
Torula Histolytica Meningo — Encephalitis. 
Arch. Neurology and Psychiatry, April, 1928. 

Marcus H. Hobart, M. D. 

Abstracts in Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1928. 

C. W. Hopkins, M. D. 

Head Injuries, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment. 
Medical Sentinel of Portland, Ore., Dec, 1928. 

Edward L. J enkinson, M. D. 

X-Ray Diagnosis of Early Duodenal Ulcers. 

American Medical Association, Minneapolis, June, 1928. 

Pneumothorax. 

American Roentgen Ray Society, Kansas City, Sept., 1928. 

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Pneumothorax and Massive Atelectasis. 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Society, Nov.. 

1928. 
Diaphragmatic Hernia. 
Chicago and Northwestern Railway Society, Dec, 1928. 

Philip Lewin, M. D. 

Ten Commandments of Good Posture. 

Hygeia, Jan , 1928. 

Unusual Roentgenograph^ Findings in a Hip. 

American Journal oi Roentgenology, April, 1928. 

Avulsion of the Lesser Femoral Trochanter. 

Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, April, 1928. 

Cross-bar Cast for Congenital Clubfeet. 

Journal American Medical Association, June 16, 1928. 

Improved Splint for Baseball Finger. 

Journal American Medical Association, June 30, 1928. 

Adjustable Spring Clutch. 

Journal American Association, April, 1928. 

Text-book of Orthopedic Surgery for Nurses. 

W. B. Saunders & Co., Philadelphia, Penna., June, 1928. 

Arno B. Luckhdrdt, M. D. 

1. Studies on the Knee Jerk. The Effect of Moderate Doses 

of Morphine Sulphate on the Reflex Excitability cf 
the Cord. (With C. A. Johnson.) 
American Journal of Physiology, 83 :634, 1928. 

2. Studies on the Knee Jerk. III. The Effect of Raised 

Intrapulmonic treasure upon the Knee Jerk, Arterial 
Blood Pressure and State of Consciousness. (With 
C. A. Johnson ) 
American Journal Physiology, 83 :642, 1928. 

3. Studies on the Knee Jerk. iV. The Effect of Moderate 

Doses of Sulphate on the Knee Jerk of the Cat. (With 
C. A. Johnson.) 
American Journal Physiology, 83 :653, 1928. 

4. Sundry Remarks on Ethylene Oxygen Anesthesia, Anes- 

thesia and Analgesia, 7 :No. 1, 12, 1928. 

5. Studies on the Knee Jerk. VI. An Additional Note on 

the Effect of Raised Intrapulmonic Pressure on the 
Knee Jerk, Heart Rite and State of Consciousness. 
(With C. A. Johnson.) 
American Journal of Physiology, No. 2, 84 :453, 1928. 

6. Studies on the Knee Jerk. VII, The Effect of Moder- 

3o 



ate Doses Ephedrin Sulphate on the Knee Jerk. (With 
C. A. Johnson.) 
American Journal Physiology, 86 :614, 1928. 
7. Chemistry in Medicine. Section on General Anesthesia, 
445-460, 1928. 

Lewis L. McArthur, M. D. 

Conservative Surgical Treatment of Breast Tumors. 
West Virginia Medical Journal, March, 1928. 
Conservative Surgical Treatment of Cancer of the Tongue. 
West Virginia Medical Journal, March, 1928. 

R. W. McNeahj, M. 1). 

Pineal Dermatitis in Traumatic Surgery. 

Illinois Medical Journal, 55 :No. 4, April, 1928. 

A Study of Arterial Occulsion by Means of Autogenous 

Fascial Strips. 
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 47 :No. 1, July, 1928. 
(With M. E. Liechtenstein, M. D.) 

Harry E. Mock, M. D. 

Infective Granuloma of the Intestines. 

International Journal of Surgery, Jan., 1928. 

Shoulder Joint Injuries. 

Bulletin of Southern Railway Surgeons, March, 1928. 

Reconstructive Surgery and Surgery of Trauma. 

Bulletin of Oklahoma/March, 1928. 

Periosteal Transplant in the Repair of Delayed Union, 

Ununited Fractures and Loss of Bone Substance. 
Surg. Gyn. and Obst,, May, 1928. 
Surgery of Trauma. 
Cho. 111. Soc. of Ind. Medicine and Surgery, May, 1928. 

Edward A. Oliver, M. D. 

Rotogravure Ink Dermatitis. 

Journal American Medical Association, Sept. 24, 1928. 

John Ridlon, M. D. 

Congenital Dislocation of the Hip. (Report of an Unusual 

Case.) 
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, July, 1928. 

Edwin W. Ryerson, M. D. 

Metastises of the Bone in Primary Carcinoma of the Lung. 
rAVith Dr. E. F. Hirsch.) 

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Archives of Surg., Jan., 3 928. 

Some Injuries and Conditions in the Spine. 

Surg. Journal, Jan., 1928. 

Book Reviews : Whitman's Orthopedic Surgery. 
Kleinberg's "Scoliosis." 
Woldenberg's Orthopedic Surgery. 
MacAusland's "Polio-myelitis." 

Alfred P. Solomon, M. D. 

Report of a Case of Periodic Somnolence with Study and 

Major Operation under Hypnosis. 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 20 :595-601, Sept., 

1928. 

L. L. Veseen, M. D. 

Diverticulitis of the Sigmoid with Rupture into the Urinary 

Bladder. 
Journal of Urology, 20 :No. 5, Nov., 1928. 



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ENDOWED BEDS AND ROOMS 

The Churchman Cot for Children, 1879. — This endowment 

collected by the "Churchman" $ 4,000.00 

The Minnie Memorial for Children, 1879. — In the memory 
of the first child who died in the Hospital, Minnie 
Blickion. The money was collected by Mrs. Douthitt... 4,000.00 

The Bed for Incurables, 1889. — This endowment was col- 
lected by Miss Olive Lay 3,000.00 

The Sewing Woman's Bed, 1881. — This endowment was col- 
lected by Mrs. N. K. Fairbank 3,500.00 

The Cot for Crippled Children, 1885.— This endowment was 

collected by Mrs. Abram Williams 4,000.00 

The Baldwin Bed, 1881. — Endowed by Mrs. M. C. Baldwin 

of Lowell, Mass., in memory of her husband 4,000.00 

The Illinois Central Bed, 1882.— Endowed by the Illinois 
Central Railroad Company for the benefit of its work- 
ingmen, by the payment of 6,000.00 

The Margaret Stearns Harrison Bed for Incurables. — 

Endowed by Hon. Carter Harrison in memory of his 

wife, who died April 30, 1887 4,000.00 

The Peck Beds. — These are three beds for women. Endowed 
by the legacy from Mrs. Clarissa C. Peck of Chicago, 
who died December 22, 1884 . 1 5,000.00 

The Heydock Bed, 1887. — In memory of Dr. M. C. Heydock, 
for many years a faithful physician in the Hospital, who 
died April 17, 1891. Endowed by a legacy from Mrs. 
Helen H. de Koven, who died March 24, 1886 5,000.00 

The Armour & Co. Bed.— Endowed by Armour & Co. in 1888 5,000.00 

The Hamilton Bed. — Endowed by Mr. I. K. Hamilton in 

memory of his wife, October 11, 1888 5,000.00 

The Larned Bed.— Endowed by family of E. C. Larned, 1886 4,000.00 

The Caroline O. Blair Bed. — Endowed by C. B. Blair, 

March 1, 1889 5,000.00 

The William Sage Johnston Bed, Sr., 1889. — Endowed by 

Emily Johnston Fabian 5,000.00 

The Helen H. de Koven Bed, 1887. — Endowed by the pay- 
ment of . 5,000.00 

The Horatio S Shumway Bed, 1890. — Endowed by Clarinda 
Shumway Hanks, for the benefit of the Visiting Nurses' 
Association 5,000.00 

The Conrad Seipp Bed, 1890. — Supported by the income of 
the "Conrad Seipp Memorial Endowment Fund," given 
by the family of Conrad Seipp 13,000.00 

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The Samuel Johnston Bed, 1889. — Endowed by the nephews 

and nieces of Samuel Johnston 5,000.00 

The Lawrence Laflin Bed, 1891. — Endowed by Mrs. George 

II. Laflin, as a Memorial 5,000.00 

The Trinity Church Bed, 1891. — Endowed by a fund col- 
lected by Trinity Church ' 4,000.00 

The George Plant Locke Bed for Newsboys, 1891. — En- 
dowed by the payment of 4,000.00 

The Margaret K. Fisher Bed, 1892. — Endowed by the pay- 
ment of . 5,000 00 

The Dora Keep Memorial Room, 1892. — Endowed by Henry 

Keep in memory of his daughter, Dora Keep 5,000.00 

The Esther Marble Freer Bed, 1892. — Endowed by a be- 
quest from L. C. P. Freer 5,000.00 

The John Crerar Room, 1892. — Endowed by a bequest from 

John Crerar 25,000.00 

The Hugo J. Palmer Beds (2), 1892.— Endowed by a be- 
quest from Hugo J. Palmer 10,000.00 

The Susan M. Stubbs Bed, 1892. — Endowed by a bequest 

from Hugo J. Palmer ' 5,000 00 

The Peter Schoenhofen Bed, 1893.— Endowed by a bequest 

from Peter Schoenhofen ' 4,000.00 

St. Andrews Brotherhood Bed, 1893. — Endowed by a fund 

collected by St. Andrew's Brotherhood 4,000.00 

The William Gold Hibbard Bed, 1894.— Endowed by Wil- 
liam G. Hibbard 5,000.00 

The Lydia B. Hibbard Bed, 1894.— Endowed by William G. 

Hibbard 5,000.00 

The Annie W. Johnson Bed, 1895. — Endowed by Mrs. James 

Johnson 5,000.00 

The Girls Friendly Society Bed, 1895. — Endowed by a fund 

collected by the Girls Friendly Society ' 4,000.00 

The Victoria Jubilee Bed, 1896. — Endowed by the Victoria 

Diamond Jubilee Association ' 3,000.00 

The George M. Pullman Lowden Bed, 1898. — Endowed by 

Geo. M. Pullman '. 5,000.00 

The Elizabeth H. St'ckney Room, 1897. — Endowed by a be- 
quest from Mrs. Elizabeth H. Stickney 10,000 00 

The Edward S. Stickney Room, 1897. — Endowed by a be- 
quest from Mrs. Elizabeth II. Stickney 10,000.00 

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s 



The Thomas Burrows Memorial Bed, 1897. — Endowed by a 

bequest from Mrs. Thomas Burrows 5,000.00 

The Edward Tinley Bed, 1901.— Endowed by a gift from 

Edward Tinley 3,139.75 

The Dorcas Tinley Bed, 1901. — Endowed by a gift from 

Edward Tinley 3,140.75 

The Henry Junior Hibbard Bed, 1904. — Endowed by a gift 

from Mrs. Lydia B Hibbard 5,000.00 

The Jesse Oakley Hibbard Bed, 1904. — Endowed by a gift 

from Mrs. Lydia B. Hibbard 5,000.00 

The Anna J. Tree Bed, 1905. — Endowed by a bequest from 

Anna J. Tree * 3,000.00 

The Sargent Room, 1905. — Endowed in memory of Homer 
E. Sargent, for many years a Trustee of this Hospital, 
and his wife, Eebecca E. Sargent by their sons, Fred H. 
Sargent, William P. Sargent, Homer E, Sargent, Jr., and 
John R. W. Sargent. . . 10,000.00 

The Ginevra Fuller Room, 1905. — Endowed by William A. 

Fuller in memory of his deceased wife, Ginevra Fuller.. ] 0,000.00 

The Victoria Memorial Bed, 1907. — Endowed by the Vic- 
toria Memorial Association 3,250.00 

The Sisters of Bethany Bed, 1908. — Endowed by a fund 

collected by the Sisters of Bethany, Grace Church 5,000.00 

Robert L. Jones Bed, 1908. — Endowed in memory of Robert 
L. Jones by Edgecomb Lee Jones, Mary Katherine Jones 
and Helen Snow Jones 5,000.00 

Horace P. Taylor Bed. — This endowment is set aside by the 

Hospital in memory of its benefactor, Horace P. Taylor 5,000.00 

Alexander Caldwell McClurg Bed, 1911. — Endowed by a 

gift from Ogden T. McClurg 5,000.00 

Daniel and Evelyn Brainard Memorial Beds, 1910. — En- 
dowed by a bequest from Mrs. Julia Brainard 65,000.00 

The Caroline Durkee Bed, 1912. — Endowed by a bequest 

from Caroline Lake Durkee 4,725.00 

The John N. Drummond Bad, 1914. — Endowed in memory 
of John N. Drummond by a bequest from Mrs. Ella 
Drummond Farwell " 5,000.00 

Walter G. Zoller Room, 1917.— Endowed by a gift from 

Walter G. Zoller 25,000.00 

The Alma L. Kimball Bed, 1917. — Endowed by Louis Ed- 

sall Kimball by a bequest of 5,000 00 

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The W. B. Ogden Bed, 1917.— Endowed by a gift from Mrs. 

Fitz Hugh Whitehouse 7,000.00 

The Eleanor Ryerson Beds, 1918. — Endowed by a bequest 

of Eleanor Ryerson 1 1,104.98 

The Josephine Newman Smith Bed, 1920. — Endowed by a 
bequest of Mrs. .Josephine Newman Smith for the use 
of poor French children 3,000.00 

The Charles Wilson Brega Bed, 1920. — Endowed by a be- 
quest of Mrs. Fanny E. Brega 5,000.00 

The William Gold Hibbard, Jr., Bed, 1920.— Endowed by 

gift from Mrs. Robert B. Gregory 5,000.00 

The Alice B. Lord Bed, 1921. — Endowed by a bequest of 

Daniel M. Lord who died in 1019 ' 4,232.33 

The Margaret Mitchell Carr Bed, 1923.— Endowed by be- 
quest of Clyde M. (air 5,000.00 

The Katherine M. Legge Room, 1924. — Endowed by a be- 
quest of Katherine M. Legge 20,000.00 

The James Nelson and Anna Louise Raymond Fund, 1925. 

—A gift for the endowment of ten beds 106,500.00 

Children's South Side Free Dispensary, 1925. — A gift for 

the endowment of two cots , 10,000.00 

The George J. Reed Memorial Bed, 1925 — Endowed by a 

bequest of Evelyn IT. Heed '. . . 5,000.00 

The Amanda W. and John S. Belden Bed, 1925. — Endowed 

by a bequest of Anna W. Pool 6,000.00 

The Margaret Edith Johnston Memorial Rooms. — Endowed 
by the Alumnae Association of St. Luke's Hospital 
Training School for Nurses for the use of Nurses 30,000.00 

The John G. Shedd Room. — Endowed by Mrs. John G. 

Shedd, 1 926 '. 1 0,000 00 

The Shedd Room.— Endowed by Mrs. John G. Shedd, D26 50,000.00 

The Shedd Room, 2 Beds, 1927.— Endowed by Mrs. John G. 

Shedd ' 50,000.00 

William J. Chalmers and Joan Chalmers Fund. — A gift for 
the endowment of 2 rooms, amounting to $10,000.00. : Bal- 
ance of gift amounting to $9,000.00 received in 1929.:.! 1,000.00 

Clarina Bartoi* Johnstone Bed, 1928 — Endowed in memory 
Clarina Barton Johnstone by the heirs of Emily John- 
stone Fabian .-■; ...;.. 5,000.00 



$733,592.81 
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SPECIAL ENDOWMENTS 

The George M. Pullman Lowden Fund, 1893. — A trust fund 
the gift of George M. Pullman for the maintenance of 
the furnishing and fixtures of the Florence Ward $ 5,000.00 

The Huntington W. Jackson Endowment, 1902. — A bequest 
from Huntington W. Jackson. The income is applied to 
the purchase of books for library purposes 971.50 

The Maria Braun Fund, 1902. — A bequest from Maria 
Braun; the income is applied to the maintenance of the 
Hospital 482.53 

The Hiram Kelley Endowment, 1904. — A trust fund created 
by the Will of Hiram Kelley which provided that the 
income be used as would best serve the purposes of the 
Hospital 1 5,000.00 

The Marshall Field Endowment. — A trust fund created by 
the Will of Marshall Field. The income to be applied to 
the general purposes of the Hospital 25,000.00 

The William Horace O Donoghue Fund, 1905. — A trust fund 
created by the Will of Margaret M. O'Donoghue in mem- 
ory of her son William Horace O'Donoghue. The income 
to be used for the purposes of the Hospital 3,000.00 

The James McKindey Endowment, 1912. — A trust fund ere 
ated by the Will of Effie Gertrude McKindey in mem- 
ory of her husband, James McKindey; the income to be 
used for the general purposes of the Hospital 5,000.00 

The Byron Lailin Smith Memorial Fund, 1916. — A trust 
fund given by the sons of Byron Laflin Smith, Messrs. 
Solomon Albert Smith, Walter Byron Smith, Harold 
Cornelius Smith, and Bruce Donald Smith; the income 
to be used for the maintenance and upkeep of the "Solo- 
mon A. Smith Ward" 10,000.00 

The Eli B. Williams and Harriet B. Williams Memorial 
Fund, 1916.— This fund is the gift of Hobart W. Wil- 
liams and consists of real estate on South Water Street, 
this city, of a value of $180,000. The net income is to 
constitute a fund in memory and honor of the parents of 
the donor, Eli B. Williams and Harriet B. Williams; the 
fund is to be used for the endowment, maintenance and 
care of beds in the Hospital for poor, deserving persons 
without discrimination and account of race, color, re- 
ligion or sex, and for medical and surgical care and 
nursing of such persons 1 80,000.00 

The William P. Healy Fund, 1918.— A bequest to be used 

for the general purposes of the Hospital 5,000.00 

Electa Lodema Thayer, 1918. — A bequest to be used for the 

general purposes of the Hospital 1,000.00 

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Henry Bottsford, 1919. — A bequest to be used for the gen- 
eral purposes of the Hospital 3,000.00 

The Henry H. Getty Fund, 1920. — A bequest, the income 
of which is to be used in furnishing and maintaining 
the Carrie Eliza Getty Ward 5,000.00 

The Elizabeth S. Hettler Free Bed Fund, 1921.— A gift 
from Mrs. Herman H. Hettler, the income to be used 
for the care of free patients '. . . . . •■'. . . . 1,500.00 

Danisl Flahiff, 1922 — A bequest, the income to be used for 

the general purposes of the Hospital 4,3147.45 

The John Jay Borland Fellowship Fund, a trust fund given 
bv Mrs. John Jay Borland, the income to be used for 
medical research 40,000.00 

Joseph Leonard Bequest, 1923. — A bequest to be used for 

the general purposes of the Hospital 173.89 

Joseph Rathborne Bequest, 1924. — A bequest to be used for 

the general purposes of the Hospital 5,000.00 

Geo. W. Pulsifer, 1924. — A gift to be used for general pur- 
poses of the Hospital 40,000.00 

Mrs. C. Bai Lihme, 1921. — A gift, the income to be used 

for the Kindergarten 1 ,000.00 

Ethel P. Wrenn Bequest, 1925. — A bequest, the income to 

be used for the Kindergarten 1 ,000.00 

R. W. Roloson Bequest, 1925. — A bequest, the income to be 

used for the Linen Committee 10,000.00 

Mary Josephine Campbell, 1927. — A bequest to be used for 

the general purposes of the Hospital 500.00 

Sophie W. Low, 1927. — A bequest to be used for the gen- 
eral purposes of the Hospital 8,457.47 

Geo. W. Pulsifer, 1927. — A bequest used for the general 

purposes of the Hospital 50,000.00 

John H. Spoor, 1928. — A bequest to be used for the gen- 
eral purposes of the Hospital 15,000.00 

Robert Forsyth, 1928. — A bequest to be used for the gen- 
eral purposes of the Hospital 10,000.00 



$445,482.84 



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RADIUM FUND 

To be used for the purchase of Radium for the use of patients who 
are unable to pay the usual charges. Any net earnings are to be 
added to the principal sum. 
Contributed by Mrs. John Jay Borland in memory of her 

mother, Caroline DeGraff Blair $10,000.00 

Contributed by Marvin Hughitt 5,000.00 

Net earnings added to principal 3,768.36 

$18,768.36 



THE DANIEL B. and LOUISE M. SHIPMAN 
CHARITY FUND 

Under the Will of Daniel B. Shipman the above named fund 
was established. The net income to be divided among five 
charitable organizations to be by them expended for the 
general purposes of their respective organizations. St. 
Luke's Hospital receives a one-fifth share which in 1928 
amounted to $15,000.00 



BEDS SUPPORTED IN 1927 

Dr. James de Koven. — Supported by Mrs. John de Koven. 

Frances Ogden Sheldon Bed. — Supported by E. B. Sheldon. 

Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co.'s Beds (Two). — Supported by Hib- 

bard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. 
St. Helen's Bed. — Supported through the Woman's Board. 
St. Elizabeth's Bed. — Supported through the Woman's Board. 
Leslie Carter Bed. — Supported by Miss Helen Carter through the 

Woman's Board. 
Margart Carter Bed. — Supported by Miss Helen Carter through the 

Woman's Board. 
Stranger's Bed. — Supported througl the Woman's Board. 
St. Francis' Bed. — Supported through the Woman's Board. 
Barbara Templeton Bed. — Supported by Mrs. Robert B. Gregory 

through the Woman's Board. 



THE WOMAN'S BOARD OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 



1929 



President Mrs. John W. Gary 

303 Sheridan Road, Glencoe, III. 
First Vice-President Mrs. Pettit Watson 

209 Lake Shore Drive 
Second Vice-President Mrs. Kersey Coates Reed 

1550 N. State Parkway 
Third Vice-President Mrs. John J. Mitchell, Jr. 

1550 N. State Parkway 
Recording Secretary Mrs. William E. Casselberry, Jr. 

Lake Forest, 111. 
Treasurer Mrs. William H. Mitchell 

Rosemary Ave., Lake Forest, 111. 
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Henry Faurot, Jr. 

154 Bartram Road, Riverside, 111. 



Mrs. A. Watson Armour 
209 Lake Shore Drive 

Mrs. Ogden Armour 
3400 Sheridan Road 

Mrs. Raymond M. Ashcraft 
6127 Kimbark Avenue 

Mrs. Wilhlem L. Baum 
1508 N. State Parkway 

Mrs. Arthur E. Bendelari 
1540 Lake Shore Drive 

Mrs. Richard Bentley 

Lake Ave., Lake Forest, 111. 

Miss Anita Blair 

209 Lake Shore Drive 

Mrs. Chauncey B. Borland 
2450 Lake View Avenue 

Mrs. Thornhill Broome 
1526 N. State Street 
c/o Mrs. John A. Spoor 

Miss Helen Carter 
Hotel Pearson 

Mrs. William E. Casselberry 
1245 Astor Street 

Mrs. William E. Casselberry, Jr. 
Lake Forest, 111. 



Mrs. John Lewis Cochran 
1510 N. Dearborn Parkway 

Mrs. Edward I. Cudahy 
1501 N. State Parkway 

Mrs. Harold Eldridge 
1315 Astor Street 

Mrs. Augustus W. Eddy 
1210 Astor Street 

Mrs. Henry Faurot, Jr. 

154 Bartram Rd., Riverside, 111. 

Mrs. Edward R. Fifield 
425 Aldine Street 

Mrs. Richard S. Folsom 
Bellevue Place 

Mrs. Lester E. Frankenthal 
4825 Woodlawn Avenue 

Mrs. John W. Gary 

303 Sheridan Rd., Glencoe, 111. 

Mrs. Robert J. Gay 
Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Mrs. Charles F. Glore 
Lake Forest, 111. 

Mrs. Horace Gray 
1242 Astor Street 



4.1 



Miss Louise Herrick 
1210 Astor Street 

Mrs. Frank Hibbard 
Hotel Ambassador 

Mrs. Lockwood Honore 
2355 Commonwealth Avenue 

Mrs. Samuel Insull 

1100 Lake Shore Drive 

Mrs. Samuel Insull, Jr. 
1244 Stone Street 

Mrs. John F. Jelke, Jr. 
Lake Forest, 111. 

Mrs. Russell P. Kelley 
191 E. Walton Place 

Mrs. Edward R. litsinger 
1400 N. State Parkway 

Mrs. L. L. McArthur 
220 E. Walton Place 

Mrs. Selim W. McArthur 
2644 Lake View Avenue 

Mrs. John J. Mitchell, Jr. 
1550 N. State Parkway 

Mrs. William H. Mitchell 
Rosemary Ave., Lake Forest, 

Mrs. Charles H. Morse 
60 Scott Street 

Mrs. Frank B. Mulford 
227 E. Delaware Place 

Mrs. Charles A. Munroe 
1234 Lake Shore Dri e 

M 1- ss Mary L. Newberry 
1210 Astor Street 



Mrs. Robert T. Newberry 
Hotel Ambassador 

Mrs. George N. Northrop 
37 E. Schiller Street 

Mrs. Charles I. Pierce 

219 Lake Shore Drive 

Mrs. John C. Pitcher 

220 E. Walton Place 

Mrs. George A. Ranney 
1421 N. State Parkway 

Mrs. Kersey Coates Reed 
1550 N. State Parkway 

Mrs. Clifford Rodman 
1244 Stone Street 

Mrs. Robert M. Roloson 
1114 Lake Shore Boulevard 
Evanston, 111. 

Mrs. Edward L. Ryerscn, Jr. 
1431 Astor Street 

Mrs. Theodore A. Shaw, Jr. 
1130 Lake Shore Drive 

Mrs. Catherine Barker Spaulding 
Michigan City, Ind. 

111. Mrs. Frank X. Walls 

219 Lake Shore Drive 

Mrs. Pettit Watson 
209 Lake Shore Drive 

Mrs. Mark S. Willing 
232 E. Walton Place 

Mrs. Paul Willis 

4950 Greenwood Avenue 

Mrs. Philip K. Wrigley 
2466 Lake View Avenue 



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HONORARY MEMBERS 



Mrs. John DeKoven 

1150 N. Dearborn Street 

Mrs. William Prescott Hunt 
1006 N. La Salle Street 



Mrs. John Rouse 

5756 Kimbark Avenue 



SENIOR MEMBERS 



Mrs. Lewis L. Coburn 
The Blackstone 

Mrs. James T. Harahan 
The Plaza, New York City 

Mrs. Robert W. Hunt 
77 E. Division Street 

Mrs. Hugh McKennan Landon 
"Oldfields," Indianapolis, Ind. 



Mrs. Frank O. Lowden 
Oregon, 111. 

Mrs. C. O. Meacham 
Drake Hotel 

Mrs. Forsythe Sherfesee 

25 Washington Sq., New York 



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LIST OF ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE WOMAN' 
BOARD OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

1928 

Adams, Mrs. Cyrus H., Jr., Deerpath Road, Lake Forest, 111. 
Adams, Mrs. Joseph H., 3001 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago 
Anderson, Miss Mary Louise, 312 Grant Place, Chicago 
Armour, Mrs. Lester, 325 Wellington Avenue, Chicago 
Armour, Mrs. Philip D., 3rd, 1200 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Arnold, Mrs. Hugo, 5655 Sheridan Road, Chicago 

Baackes, Mrs. Frank, 521 Roscoe Street, Chicago 

Bailey, Mrs. Edward P., 150 Linden Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 

Bartholomay, Mrs. Henry, 1455 N. State Parkway, Chicago 

Banr, Mrs. Jacob, 1511 Astor Street, Chicago 

Beach, Mrs. Calvin B., 1315 Astor Street, Chicago 

Beale, Mrs. Wm. G., 129 E. 70th Street, New York City 

Belden, Mrs. Joseph C, Lake Forest, 111. 

Bell, Mrs. Robert W., 4833 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 

Bell, Mrs. Laird, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Benedict, Mrs. Julius Thompson, 5490 South Shore Drive, Chicago 

Blair, Mrs. Henry A., 209 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Blair, Mrs. Watson F., 209 Lake Shore Drive. Chicago 

Blair, Mrs. Wolcott, 2700 Lake View Avenue, Chicago 

Blakeley, Mrs. John M., 232 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 

Blossom, Mrs. George W., Lake Shore Drive Hotel, Chicago 

Blythe, Mrs. Joseph W., 54 E. Division Street, Chicago 

Borland, Mrs. Bruce, 1425 Astor Street, Chicago 

Borland, Mrs. John Jay, 2450 Lake View Avenue, Chicago 

Brand, Mrs. Edwin L., Jr., 1512 N. State Parkway, Chicago 

Braun, Mrs. Martha E., 1511 N. State Parkway, Chicago 

Brewster, Mrs. Walter S., 2704 Lake View Avenue, Chicago 

Bross, Mrs. Mason, 229 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Brower, Mrs. Jules F., 220 E. Pearson Street, Chicago 

Bryson, Mrs. William, 731 Buena Avenue, Chicago 

Buckingham, Mrs. George T., 1540 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Buckingham, Mrs. John, 266 Linden Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 

Burgweger, Mrs. Meta Dewes, 421 Oakdale Avenue, Chicago 

Burnside, Mrs. Robert S., 1118 Bresseau Street, Elkhart, Ind. 

Burrows, Miss Louisa L., 220 College Road, Lake Forest, 111. 

Burrows, Mrs. Wm. F., 220 College Road, Lake Forest, 111. 

Butler, Mrs. Herman B., Winnetka, 111. 

Byllesby, Mrs. Henry M., Blackstone Hotel, Chicago 

Cady, Mrs. John D., 230 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 
Carpenter, Mrs. Augustus A., 1130 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Carpenter, Mrs. F. I., 5533 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 
Carr, Mrs. Clyde M., 1130 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Cary, Mrs. Frank, Greenbush, Wis. 

Chalmers, Mrs. Wm. J., 1100 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Chapman, Mrs. John A., Green Bay Road, Lake Forest. 111. 
Childs, Mrs. C. Frederick, Shadow Lawn, Lake Forest, 111. 

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Clinch, Mrs. George O., 5200 Hyde Park Boulevard, Chicago 

Clinch, Mrs. R. Floyd, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Clow, Mrs. Harry B., 60 Scott Street, Chicago 

Clow, Mrs. James C, Ambassador East Hotel, Chicago 

Cluett, Mrs. Robert, 1117 Sheridan Road, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Condon, Mrs. James G., 222 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 

Coonley, Mrs. John S., Jr., 1215 Astor Street, Chicago 

Corley, Mrs. Frederick Dexter, 2300 Lincoln Park West, Chicago 

Corsant, Mrs. Charles King, 30 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago 

Cragg, Mrs. George L., 1053 Lake Park Avenue, Chicago 

Cudahy, Miss Clara, 907 Fifth Avenue, New York City 

Cudahy, Mrs. Jos. M., 900 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Cummings, Mrs. D. Mark, 1550 N. State Parkway, Chicago 

Cunningham, Mrs. Secor, 219 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Day, Mrs. L. MacLeish, Ambassador Hotel, Chicago 
DeLong, Mrs. C. S., Lake Forest, 111. 

Dewes, Mrs. Edwin Peters, 2314 Lincoln Park West, Chicago 
Dick, Mrs. Albert B., 1550 N. State Parkway, Chicago 
Dickinson, Mrs. Francis R., 1518 Astor Street, Chicago 
Dickinson, Mrs. Robert B., Green Bay Road, Lake Forest, 111. 
Dixon, Mrs. Allen C, 222 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 
Dor.nelley, Miss Naomi, 1609 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 
Donnelley, Mrs. R. R., 1609 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 
Donnelley, Mrs. Thomas E., Green Bay Road, Lake Forest, 111. 
Douglas, Mrs. James H., 1830 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 
Dray, Mrs. Walter S., Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago 
Dreyfus, Mrs. Moise, 3330 Sheridan Road, Chicago 
Dulany, Mrs. George W., Jr., 232 E. Walton Place, Chicago 
Dunham, Mrs. Ethel R., Ambassador Hotel, Chicago 
Dunlap, Mrs. Emma B., c/o Wm. R. Odell, Chicago 

Eddy, Mrs. Arthur J., 1152 Sheridan Road, Chicago 

Elting, Mrs. Victor, 830 Mt. Pleasant Court, Winnetka, 111. 

Erdman, Mrs. Calvin Pardee, Lake Forest, 111. 

Evans, Mrs. Floyd B., 100 Washington Road, Lake Forest, 111. 

Fairman, The Misses, 1711 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago 
Farwell, Mrs. John V., 229 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Favill, Mrs. Henry B., 3202 Sheridan Road, Chicago 
Fentress, Mrs. Calvin, Hubbard Woods, 111. 
Ferry, Mrs. Frank F., 391 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, 111. 
F ckinger, Mrs. William J., 1500 Oak Avenue, Evanston, 111. 
Field, Mrs. Wentworth G., 242 E. Walton Place, Chicago 
Fitz-Hugh, Mrs. Carter H., Mayflower Avenue, Lake Forest, 111. 
Folsom, Mrs. William R., 1454 Dearborn Parkway, Chicago 
Forgan, Mrs. James B., 1540 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Forgan, Mrs. James Russell, 237 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 
Frost, Mrs. Charles S., 208 Elm Tree Road, Lake Forest, 111. 
Fuller, Mrs. Harry W., 237 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 

Gary, Mrs. Fred Elbert, Room 1000, 208 S. La Salle Street, Chicago 

Gibbs, Mrs. Piatt P., 5515 Everett Avenue, Chicago 

Gilbert, Miss Clara C, 12 Scott Street, Chicago 

Gillette, Mrs. Edwin F., 691 La Loma Road, Pasadena, Calif. 

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Glessner, Mrs. John J., 1800 Prairie Avenue, Chicago 

Glidden, Mrs. Henry L., 639 Montgomery Road, Highland Park, III. 

Goodman, Mrs. William O., 1355 Astor Street, Chicago 

Goodrich, Mrs. Albert W., 942 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Goodrich, Mrs. Latimer, 2618 Lake View Avenue, Chicago 

Goodspeed, Mrs. Charles B.. 2430 Lake View Avenue, Chicago 

Gordon, Mrs. Leslie S., 38 Indian Hill Road, Wirnetka, 111. 

Gorrell, Mrs. Warren, 5757 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago 

Gregory, Mrs. Robert B., 1638 Prairie Avenue, Chicago 

Gregory, Mrs. Stephen S., Jr., Box N, Winnetka, 111. 

Hardenbrook, Mrs. B. C, 642 Maple Avenue, Winnetka, III. 

Harris, Mrs. Norman W., 594 Spruce Street, Winnetka, 111. 

Hay, Mrs. William Sherman, 645 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, 111. 

Heineman, Mrs. Oscar, 6142 Sheridan Road, Chicago 

Herrick, Mrs. James B., 242 E. Walton Place, Chicago 

Hettler, Mrs. Herman H., 567 Hawthorne Place, Chicago 

Heyworth, Mrs. James O.. Lake Forest, 111. 

Hibbard, Mrs. Angus S., 2440 Lake View Avenue, Chicago 

Hibbard, Mrs. William G., 840 Willow Road, Winnetka, 111. 

Hixon, Mrs. Robert, Lake Forest, 111. 

Hodgkins, Mrs. Wm. L., 229 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Hollis, Mrs. Henry L., 232 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 

Hopkins, Mrs. James M., 1100 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Hopkins, Mrs. Claude C, Frritport, Mich. 

Hopkins, Mrs. Farley, 2644 N. Southport Avenue, Chicago 

Howard, Mrs. Charles L., 153 E. Erie Street, Chicago 

Hoyt, Mrs. Phelps B., 40 Cedar Street, Chicago 

Hurley, Mrs. Edward N., Jr., 539 Stratford Place, Chicago 

Jackman, Mrs. Edwin S., Glenview Club, Golf, 111. 
Jackson, Mrs. William C, 174 E. Pearson Street, Chicago 
Jelke, Mrs. John F., 3400 Sheridan Road, Chicago 
Jenkins, Mrs. John E., 2625 Prairie Avenue, Chicago 
Jenner, Mrs. Austin, 1005 Hill Road, Winnetka, 111. 
Juergens, Mrs. H. Paul, 52 Bellevv.e Place, Chicago 

Keep, Mrs. Chauncey, 1200 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Kelley, Mrs. Wm. V., 1550 N. State Parkway, Chicago 
Kelly, Mrs. Edward J., 4821 Ellis Avenue, Chicago 
Kemp, Mrs. E. M., 765 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, 111. 
Kendrick, Mrs. John W., 1312 N. State Street, Chicago 
King, Mrs. Charles G., 209 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
King, Mrs. Rockwell, 156 E. Superior Street, Chicago 
Kirk, Mrs. Walter R., 229 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Kirkland, Mrs. Weymouth, 1320 N. State Street, Chicago 
Kohl, Mrs. Charles E., 20 Cedar Street, Chicago 

Lamont, Mrs. Robert P., Lake Forest, 111. 
Lane, Mrs. Eben, 5626 Dorchester Avenue, Chicago 
Lefens, Miss, Katherine, 60 Scott Street, Chicago 
Leonard, Mrs. Arthur G., 4801 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 
Lewis, Mrs. J. Hamilton, Hotel Ambassador, Chicago 
Lillie, Mrs. Frank R., 5801 Kenwood Avenue. Chicago 
Lingle, Mrs. Bowman C, Lake Shore Drive Hotel, Chicago 

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Lynch, Mrs. V. Reges, Ambassador Hotel, Chicago 

Lyford, Mrs. Will H., Wheaton, 111. 

Lyon, Mrs. Thos. R., Ambassador East Hotel, Chicago 

MaeDowell, Mrs. C. H., Drake Hotel, Chicago 

Magnus, Mrs. August C, Winnetka, 111. 

Marcy, Mrs. George E., Room 706, 208 S. La Salle Street, Ch'cago 

Mason, Mrs. Roswell R., 315 Ridge Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 

Mason, Mrs. William S., 1401 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Meeker, Mrs. Arthur, 1100 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Millard, Mrs. Everett L., Highland Park, 111. 

Miller, Mrs. Walter E., 223 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 

Montgomery, Mrs. Frank Hugh, 5548 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 

Moos, Mrs. John B., 120 Illinois Road, Lake Forest, 111. 

Morgan, Mrs. Kendrick E., 1362 Astor Street, Chicago 

Morton, Mrs. Joy, Thornhill Farm, Lisle, 111. 

McCormick, Mrs. Robert R., 1519 Astor Street, Chicago 

Mcllvaine, Mrs. John H., 415 Green Bay Road, Lake Forest. Til. 

Mcintosh, Mrs. Henry M., 514 Sheridan Road, Lake Forest, 111. 

Nacey, Mrs. Harry M., 229 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Neilsen, Mrs. Francis, 4800 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago 
Nellis, Mrs. Frank E., 442 Wellington Avenue, Chicago 
Nelson, Mrs. Murray, 44 E. Elm Street, Chicago 
Norris, Mrs. James, 3500 Sheridan Road, Chicago 
Norton, Mrs. Ralph H., 4930 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 

Osborne, Mrs. Glidden, Highfields, England 
Otis, Mrs. Joseph E., 1415 Astor Street, Chicago 
Otis, Miss Margaretta E., 2033 Prairie Avenue, Chicago 
Otis, Mrs. Philo Adams, 1709 Prairie Avenue, Chicago 

Pagin, Mrs. Frank, 1511 N. State Parkway, Chicago 
Pardridge, Mrs. Edward W., 209 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Payson, Mrs. George S., 1254 N. State Street, Chicago 
Perkins, Mrs. Herbert F., 3 Banks Street, Chicago 
Peterkin, Mrs. Daniel, 199 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
*Phillipa, Miss Harriet G., 1023 N. Dearborn Street, Chicago 
Picher, Mrs. Oliver S., 226 Sheridan Road, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Rasmussen, Mrs. George, 3400 Sheridan Road, Chicago 

Reid, Mrs. Byron S., 70 Bellevue Place, Chicago 

ReQua, Mrs. Charles Howard. 678 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, 111. 

Reynolds, Mrs. Earle H., 1444 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Reynolds, Mrs. George M., 1444 Lake Shore Dri\e, Chicago 

Richter, Mrs. P. K., 4805 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago 

Rickcords, Mrs. Stanley, 1350 N. State Street, Chicago 

Ritchie, Mrs. Robert Henry, 220 E. Walton Place, Chicago 

Robinson, Mrs. T. W., Lake Forest, 111. 

Rosenneld, Mrs. Morris S., Lake Shore Drive Hotel, Chicago 

Rosenwald, Mrs. Julius, 4901 Ellis Avenue, Chicago 

Rothschild, Mrs. Melville H., 1540 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Runnells, Mrs. Clive, 191 E. Walton Place, Chicago 

Ryerson, Mrs. Joseph T., 1406 Astor Street, Chicago 

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Salisbury, Mrs. Warren M., 1100 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Schuyler, Mrs. Daniel J., Jr., 3741 Grand Boulevard, Chicago 

Schweppe, Mrs. Charles H., Mayflower Avenue, Lake Forest, 111. 

Scott, Mrs. Frederick H., 175 Sheridan Road, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Scott, Mrs. Harold N., 325 Fullerton Parkway, Chicago 

Scott, Mrs. John W., Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Seaverns, Mrs. George A., 112 Westminster Avenue, Lake Forest, 111. 

Seipp, Mrs. Edwin A., 2310 Lincoln Park West, Chicago 

Shaw, Mrs. Howard Van Doren, 2150 Lake View Avenue, Chicago 

Shuman, Mrs. George L., 257 E. Delaware Place, Chicago 

Sidley, Mrs. William P., 739 Humboldt Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 

Simpson, Mrs. James, 1200 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Smith, Mrs. Alexander, 1121 Astor Street, Chicago 

Smith, Mrs. Byron L., 1200 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Smith, Mrs. Douglas, 915 Sheridan Road, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Smith, Mrs. Harold C, 1350 N. State Street, Chicago 

Spades, Mrs. Michael H., 33 Sevilla St., St. Augustine, Fla. 

Spalding, Mrs. Charles F., 6 Scott Street, Chicago 

Sprague, Mrs. Albert A., 1130 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Stanton, Mrs. Edgar, 30 Locust Road, Winnetka, 111. 

Stearns, Mrs. Richard L., 936 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Stenson, Mrs. Robert, 2305 Commonwealth Avenue, Chicago 

Stewart, Miss Eglantine Daisy, 1551 Dearborn Parkway, Chicago 

Stirling, Miss Dorothy, Box N, Winnetka, 111. 

Stock, Mrs. Frederick A., 1325 Astor Street, Chicago 

Storey, Mrs. William B., 199 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Story, Mrs. Frank F., 225 N. Long Common Road, Riverside, 111. 

Street, Mrs. Charles A., 1129 Astor Street, Chicago 

Struby, Mrs. W. V., 233 E. Walton Place, Chicago 

Stuart, Mrs. John, 990 Sheridan Road, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Sunny, Mrs. B. E., 1913 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago 

Swift, Mrs. Charles H.. 209 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Swift, Mrs. Gustavus F., Jr., 1551 Astor Street, Chicago 

Taylor, Mrs. Orville J., 219 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Taylor, Mrs. Wayne Chatfield, Lake Forest, III. 
Templeton, Mrs. Stuart J., Green Bay Road, Lake Forest, 111. 
Thorne, Mrs. Robert J., 1508 N. State Parkway, Chicago 
Towne, Mrs. John D. C, 11 Banks Street, Chicago 
Turner, Mrs. Tracy L., 4850 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago 
Tuttle, Mrs. Henry N., 1520 Astor Street, Chicago 

Upham, Mrs. F. W., 942 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 

Valentine, Mrs. Josephine L., 1322 Ritchie Court, Chicago 
Valentine, Mrs. P. A., 209 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Veeder, Mrs. Henry, 1540 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Voltz, Mrs. Daniel W., 5441 Hyde Park Boulevard, Chicago 

Walker, Mrs. Lyman T., 20 E. Goethe Street, Chicago 
Watkins, Mrs. Joseph O., 199 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Watson, Mrs. William J., 2610 Prairie Avenue, Chicago 
Welling, Mrs. John P., 33 Bellevue Place, Chicago 
Wells, Mrs. John E., 421 Barry Avenue, Chicago 



Wendell, Mrs. Barrett, 920 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago 
Wetmore, Mrs. Horace O., 5027 Drexel Avenue, Chicago 
Wheeler, Mrs. C. P., 221 Dempster Street, Evanston, 111. 
White, Mrs. F. Edson, 70 Scott Street, Chicago 
Whiting, Mrs. Adele H., 1438 N. State Parkway, Chicago 
Williams, Miss Anna P., 1362 Astor Street, Chicago 
Williams, Mrs. Lawrence, 6 Scott Street, Chicago 
Wilson, Mrs. John P., Jr., 1516 N. State Parkway, Chicago 
Winans, Mrs. Frank F., 4917 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago 
Winston, Mrs. Frederick H., 229 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 
Wolfenden, Mrs. James R., Sovereign Hotel, Chicago 
Wrigley, Mrs. Charles W., Astor and Schiller Streets, Chicago 

--Deceased. 



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REPORT OF PRESIDENT 

To the Board of Trustees, 
St. Luke's Hospital, 
Chicago, Illinois. 

Gentlemen : 

The Woman's Board begs to submit its Annual Report. 

There have been two resignations from the Board and we 
have elected three new members. 

In order to raise money to finance our work at the Hospital 
a second Fashion Show was held on October 23rd at the 
Stevens Hotel. The net proceeds were $33,399.15, $1,093.76 
greater than the net amount in 1927. At the January meet- 
ing Mrs. Shaw donated $100.85 to make the amount an even 
$33,500. We have voted to hold a third show in 1929 and 
the Stevens Hotel Ball Room has been engaged for Octo- 
ber 22nd. 

Our regular committees have carried on their work and we 
feel that their growth in usefulness to the Hospital is most 
satisfactory. 

While the financing and directing of the Social Service and 
Out Patient Department continues to be the largest donation 
of the Woman's Board we have given more attention to the 
Training School and our student nurses than ever before. 

Through our suggestion alterations and improvements were 
made in Stickney House and the Woman's Board refurnished 
the Director of Nurses' rooms. 

We continue to pay the salary of the Recreational Director 
and through her assist in the entertainments for the nurses. 

Our new Director of Nurses has accomplished much in 
raising the standards and getting our school properly organ- 
ized. With her leadership and our backing (she cannot go 
alone), St. Luke's Training School can be made not only to 
rival but to surpass any other school. This will mean educa- 
tion for Board Managers and Trustees, as well as for Student 
Nurses. 

A hospital is made up of four elements ; the patient, the 
doctor, the nurse and the management. Lacking any one of 
these it cannot function and the whole is judged by the quality 
of the poorest element. 

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Now that our long cherished hope of a New Home for our 
Nurses seems about to be realized we feel we are standing on 
the threshold of a better and greater nursing service. 






The Woman's Board again gave a scholarship to the Uni- 
versity of Chicago Summer School to a student who graduated 
in June. She returned to the hospital and is doing splendid 
work. A similar scholarship is up as a prize for the girl best 
qualified in the 1929 class and is being worked for eagerly 
by the students. We have voted a $1,200 scholarship for a 
year at Columbia University. We hope by these scholarships 
to arouse the interest of our girls and encourage them to go 
to higher education in the line of nursing. 

The Social Service Department has increased its work 
during 1928. The total number of patients in the clinics 
was 33,000, over 7,600 more than in 1927. The gross cost of 
the department was $21,378.41, less the fees collected from 
patients of $6,084.95, making a net cost of $15,291.46. 

We have put on two special graduate nurses, one day and 
one night nurse, to care for the desperately sick Social Service 
patients. The Hospital is housing these nurses, while we pay 
their salaries. Several times during the year we have had 
other special graduates on duty in the wards. 

We do not feel that we can take time to tell of the work 
of each committee in this report. Complete details will be 
in the year book. 

Our total donations for 1928 are as follows : 

Free Bed Fund $ 2,100 00 

Salary Recreational Director 1,905.00 

Emergency Committee — For Laundry Machinery. . 3,100.00 
Linen Committee for Garments, Linen and Salary 

of Linen Supervisor 6,275.02 

Marking Machine for Laundry 287.50 

Mrs. Pitcher— Laundry Trucks 108.00 

Mrs. Pitcher for laundry equipment, fixtures in 
lavatory for Laundry Employees, for Files and 
Report Sheets for Sewing Room and House- 
keeper's Room. Amount not obtainable. 

Holiday Committee 57.00 

Layette Committee 249.90 

Kindergarten Committee 392.19 

Milk Room Equipment donated by Mrs. Reed 1,252.00 

Nurses' Committee 827.44 

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Occupational Therapy Department 1,620.32 

Social Service Department 15,291.46 

Furnishings for Library, 18th Floor 500.00 

Furnishings for Stickney House, Mrs. Crocker's 

Rooms, Office and Second Floor Sitting Room. 1,029.24 
Pianos for Nurses' Home 6/5. CO 

Total $35,670.07 

In closing, the Woman's Board begs to call the attention of 
the Trustees to the Housekeeping Problems of the Hospital 
and to offer its help along these lines. Housekeeping is pri- 
marily a woman's field and it is quite possible that by not 
using your Woman's Board you are missing an opportunity 
of gaining willing co-operation and constructive assistance. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EMILY LYON GARY, 

January 10, 1929. President. 



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REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY OF 
THE WOMAN'S BOARD OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

Notices of nine regular meetings, two special meeting's and 
the Annual Meeting sent to Members of the Woman's Board. 
Notices of Annual Meeting sent to Associate Members. 
Letters of notification of election to the board sent to : 

Mrs. George N. Northrop, 

Mrs. Horace Gray, 

Mrs. Frank Mulford. 

Letters accepting resignations as Members of the Board 
sent to : 

Mrs. Stanley Field, 
Mrs. Lester Armour. 

Letter of condolence sent to : 

Mrs. Chauncey B. Borland. 

Letter written to Mr. Chauncey B. Borland thanking the 
Board of Trustees for Resolution of Thanks. 

Letter written to Mr. E. T. Sandeen notifying him of trans- 
fer of Mrs. Horace Gray and Mrs. Frank Mulford from 
Associate to Active Membership List. 

Letter written to Miss Gurley expressing appreciation of 
Woman's Board for her work during the summer. 

Letter written to Miss Mabel Shannon expressing regret at 
her illness and intention of Board to pay one-half of her sal- 
ary during her absence. 

Letter written to Mrs. Tillie Frankenthal thanking her for 
fifty boxes of candy sent to Children's Ward. 

Letter of appreciation for work done for Fashion Show 
sent to Miss Brongh and Miss Hartman. 

Letter written to Melachrino Cigarette Company thanking 
them for donation of cigarettes sold at Fashion Show. 

Letter written to Miss Anita Blair giving names of Nomi- 
nating Committee presented at November meeting. 

Letters written to Voting Members enclosing ticket pre- 
sented at November Meeting. 

Notices sent to Active Members announcing Luncheon to 
be held at St. Luke's Hospital following Annual Meeting. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DOROTHEA S. FAUROT, 
January 21, 1929. Corresponding Secretary. 

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WOMAN'S BOARD OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 
TREASURER'S REPORT 

1928 
Balance on Hand January 1, 1928 $17,976.28 

RECEIPTS 

Membership dues and fines $ 467.00 

Associate Membership dues 2,590.00 

Associate Members' donations 220.00 

Bank Interest 147.65 

Interest on Sinclair Bonds 120.00 

Interest on American Rolling Mills Bonds 100.00 

Free Bed Fund: 

Mrs. J. T. Noyes ......$ 10.00 

Miss Newell 50.00 

Mrs. Casselberry, Sr. 300.00 

Miss Carter 600.00 960.00 

Donations: 

St. Elizabeth's Church, Glencoe, for 

Social Service $ 10.00 

Donations from Members pf Board 

furnishing Mrs. Crocker s room. . . . 580.00 
Miss Newell's donation for work of 

Woman's Board 100.00 

Mrs. Defrees' annual donation 300.00 

Mrs. Gary for Stickney House fur- 
nishings 189.20 

Woman's Guild and Auxiliary, St. 

Luke's Church, Evanston . 50.00 

Mrs. C. O. Meacham for patients' 

Christmas 23.00 1,254.20 

Fashion Show (1927) 200.00 

Fashion Show (1928) 32,399.15 

TOTAL RECEIPTS— 1928 $38,458.00 



556,434.28 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Salary of Recreational Director $ 1,800.00 

Half-time salary pa^d to Miss Shannon when ill 105.00 

Social Service — Mrs. Walls Chicago Woman's Auxil- 
iary $25.00 

St. Elizabeth's 1 0.00 

For Thanksgiving dinner 10.00 45.00 

Linen Committee—Mrs. Pitcher 4,000.00 

Central Council for Nursing Education 150.00 

Grove House in support of bed for one year 160.00 

*$4,000 American Rolling Mills 5M»s 3,996.1 1 

*$4,000 Sinclair Cons. Oil Corp. 6s 3,960.00 

Interest and commission 1 07.33 

St. Luke's Hospital 5.50 

Layette Committee — Mrs. Rodman 250.00 

St. Luke's Hospital for furnishing Mrs. Crocker's room 840.04 

Gaper for party at St. Luke's Hospital May 14th 200.00 

Geo. Wienhober — Flowers for party May 14th 44.00 

To Mrs. Crocker for scholarship 150.00 

Lyon and Healy for piano 675.00 

Furnishing for Stickney House 189.20 

Holiday Committee (Mrs. Kelley) 50.00 

National Marking Machine Co 287.50 

Free Bed Fund: 

St. Helen's, St. Elizabeth's, Margaret Carter, Leslie Car- 
ter, St. Francis', Strangers and Barbara Templeton 

beds 2,1 00.00 

Disbursement of Fashion Show money: 

Social Service Department ' 15,000.00 

Holiday Committee 200.00 

Kindergarten Committee 100.00 

Layette Committee 350.00 

Linen Committee 4,000.00 

Nurses' Committee 2,500.00 

Occupational Therapy Committee 2,500.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS— 1928 $43,764.68 

BALANCE ON HAND December 31, 1928 12,669.60 



$56,434.28 
Respectfully submitted, 

GINEVRA KING MITCHELL, 

Treasurer. 



^Investments on Hand: 
Bonds 

$4,000 American Rolling Mills 5y 2 
4,000 Sinclair Cons. Oil Corp. 6s 

$8,000 " 



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REPORT OF ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIPS 

Received during- the year 1928, including contributions : 

319 letters sent out to former contributors, dated March 2, 

1928. 
204 returns with checks for $10. CO each. 
2 stated they could not contribute. 

1 died (Mrs. Jennings). 

1,365 letters sent to mailing list on March 31, 1928. 
55 returns with checks for $10. CO each. 
84 returned account incorrect address. 
7 replied contributing to other hospitals. 

2 deceased. 

Total Association Memberships for the year of 1928 

- —259 at $10.00 $2,590.00 

Of whom 

107 were contributors for more than 2 years. 
97 were contributors for 2 years. 
55 were contributors for the first time. 

259 Total. 

Contributions were received as follows : 

Mrs. Harry L. Taft $ 10.00 

Miss Anne T. Rogers 10.00 

Miss Margaretta E. Otis 100.00 

Mrs. Glidden Osborne 100 00 

220.00 

Total Membership Dues and Contributions. $2,810.00 

CHARLOTTE I. MORSE. 
January 4, 1929. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE EMERGENCY COMMITTEE 



1928 



Balance on Hand January 1, 1928 $5,521.08 

Receipts 

Mrs. John DeKoven $ 1 00.00 

Mrs. Ogden Armour 100.00 

Mrs. John Crerar 1 00.00 

Mrs. Edward L. Ryerson 100.00 

Mrs. Frank X. Walls 100.00 

Mrs. Hugh MeKennan Landon 100.00 

Mrs. Frank O. Lowden 100.00 

Mrs. James T. Harahan 100.00 

Mrs. Mark Cummin«s 100.00 

The Service Club 300.00 

Total Donations $1,200.00 

Bond Interest 11 2.50 

Bank Interest 27.76 

Total Receipts 1,340.26 

$6,861.34 

Disbursements 

Washing Machine for Hospital $3,100.00 

Purchase of Morris & Co. 7% Bonds 1,553.00 

Total Disbursements 4,653.00 

Balance on Hand January 1, 1929 $2,208.34 

Respectfully submitted, 

LOLITA ARMOUR MITCHELL. 



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ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL FASHION SHOW 

HELD AT THE STEVENS HOTEL 
October 23, 1928 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS 
Boxes: 

Afternoon— 67 Boxes @ $ 50.00 each $3,350.00 

Evening —80 Boxes @ 100.00 each 8,000.00 

Extra Guests in Boxes 105.00 

Donations 565.00 $12,020.00 

Tickets: 

Afternoon— 1,123 (a) $3.50 each $3,930.50 

Evening — 393 @ 7.50 each 2,947.50 

2 @ 3.00 each. 6.00 

Donations 471.75 7,355.75 

Exhibitors: 

34 Inhibitors $5,875.00 

Donation 1 00.00 5,975.00 

Program Advertising 12,000.00* 

Cigarettes 224.95 

Martha Weathered Gown Sold on Shares. . 908.48 

Jacques Gown Auctioned 325.00 

Donations: 

Mrs. Lester E. Frankenthal. . , $ 150.00 

Mrs. Theodore A. Shaw, Jr 100.85* 2-50.85 

Bank Interest 64.37 

Total Receipts $39,1 24.40 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Gunthrop-Warren Printing Co $ 534.00 

Postage (Tickets) 181.10 

Salaries (Addressing Envelopes for Tickets) 195.00 

The Stevens: 

Grand Ballroom $1 .250.00 

725 Dinners @ $2.50 1 .81 2.50 

1,247 Teas @ ~50c 623.-50 

Music: 

Benson Orchestra $338.00 

Rehearsal 5.00 

Trio 75.00 

Overtime, 1 hour 26.00 444.00 

Signs (For Exhibitors and Entrances) 40.00 

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Two Electricians 66.00 

Detectives 32.75 

Telephone . 1 .50 4,270.25 

Tips: Stevens Hotel Employees 150.00 

Marshall Field & Company: Grand Ballroom Decorations 293.60 

Bank Exchange on Out-of-Town Checks .45 

Total Disbursements $ 5,624.40 

Woman's Board of St. Luke's Hospital: 

Net Proceeds from Fashion Show 33,500.00 



$39,124.40 



•$1,000 received after December 31, 1928, included in above $12,000 

from Program Advertising. 
Received in January, 1929. 



FLOWER REPORT 

1928 

The Easter plants were donated by Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Watson and 
Mrs. Gary. 

Christmas trees were donated and decorated by: 

Mrs. L. L. McArthur 
Mrs. Selim McArthur 
Mrs. J. C. Pitcher 
Mrs. C. B. Borland 
Mrs. W. TI. Mitchell 
Mrs. T. Clifford Rodman 
Mrs. E. L. Ryerson, Jr. 
Mrs. Henry Faurot 
Mrs. R. P. Kelley 
Mrs. A. W. Eddy 
Mrs. M. S. Willing 
Mrs. Paul Willis 

and wreaths were put up at all windows. The Service Club decorated 
the tree on Main 8, the Children's Ward. Mrs. Gary furnished the 
lights and decorations for the tree on Main 2 and the Nurses' Infirm- 
ary. Moneys donated for Christmas decorations were: 

Mrs. Morse . $ 50.00 U" 

Mrs. Frankenthal 25.00 . 

Mrs. Ranney . . 25.00 , 

Mrs. Munroe 15.00 



$115.00 



Mrs. Mulford and Mrs. Ashcraft planned and superintended the 
decorations in the two lobbies of the Hospital. These decorations 
were given by Mr. Schweppe. 

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HOLIDAY COMMITTEE REPORT 

1928 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1928 

Cash on Hand $ 35.00 

RECEIPTS: 

Woman's Board of St. Luke's Hospital. . .$250.00 
DISBURSEMENTS : 

Thanksgiving- $ 7.00 

Christmas 50.00 57.00 193.00 

Cash on Hand December 31, 1928 $228.00 

All holidays in 1928 not listed above were provided for by 
previous Chairman. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DAPHNE FIELD KELLEY, 

Chairman. 

ANNUAL REPORT OF KINDERGARTEN COMMITTEE 

1928 

Nine parties for Main 8 were given during the year by 
Mrs. Raymond Ashcraft, Mrs. John L. Cochran, Mrs. Arthur 
Bendelari, and Mrs. Kersey Reed, members of the Kinder- 
garten Committee of the Woman's Board. 

The Service Club decorated the Christmas tree and fur- 
nished a present for each child, also two high chairs and table 
and chairs needed for the ward. A milk station for the 
preparation of milk for the babies was installed by a member 
of the Board, and 250 dishes, 10 kindergarten chairs, new 
gingham curtains for the dining room, and seven dozen toys 
were bought. The total expenditure by the kindergarten 
committee was $1,672.32 for the year. Cash on hand $210.74. 
Donations of toys, ice cream and various gifts were sent in 
by many kind friends during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HELEN SHEDD REED, 

Chairman. 

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ADMISSION OF PATIENTS 



FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE $1.00 PER DAY 
THE CHARGE FOR OPEN WARD BEDS IS $3.00 PER DAY 
THE CHARGE FOR SEMI-PRIVATE BEDS IS $4.00 AND $5.00 

The Hospital cares for an average of about one hundred and fifty 
wholly free patients and will, when there are vacant beds in the open 
wards, receive patients whose means are limited for any sum which 
they may be able to pay and those without means as free patients, 
provided they are admissible under the rule governing the admission 
of patients. 

Applications for the admission of patients who are unable to apply 
in person, must be made prior to sending them, and should be made 
between the hours of nine a. rri. and five p. rti. All promises of admis- 
sion are made subject to the result of an examination, as to admissi- 
bility, on their arrival at the Hospital. 

The financial status of all free or part pay patients is investigated 
by the Social Service Department and free treatment will not be given 
unless justified by the report. 

Persons making application on behalf of others should be able to 
furnish concise information on the following points. 



The nature of the disease or injury. * 

The duration of the disease or the date of the injury. 

Present condition of the patient. 

What treatment if any has been received? 

Is the patient able to pay the full rate, or pay in part, or is he 
or she a proper subject for admission as a free patient? 

Patients will in the usual course be received only between the hours 
of nine a. m. and five p. m., but emergency cases will be received at 
any hour. 

Visitors to patients in the Main Building should apply at the Indiana 

Ave. office. 

EXTRACT FROM THE RULES 

"The Hospital is for the treatment of acute, curable, non-contagious 
diseases and injuries. The following are inadmissible. Sufferers from 
contagious, dangerously infectious, or incurable diseases, cancers of an 
incurable and offensive nature, drug habits, delirium tremens, insanity, 
venereal diseases, phthisis and persons whose presence in the wards 
would be prejudicial to the welfare of the other patients. 

"Patients who refuse to accept the treatment prescribed by r tie Medi 
cal Staff, or refuse to comply with the reasonable instructions of the 
physicians or nurses, or who willfully violate the rules of the Hospital 
-**ill be discharged. ' ' 



EXPENDITURES DURING 1928 

Valentine party by Mrs. Ashcraft $ 41.50 

Washington's Birthday by Mrs. Reed 18.60 

St. Patrick's by Mrs. Cochran 25.00 

Easter Plants— Mrs. Reed 24.00 

Decoration Day 10.78 

July Fourth 1 3.40 

Halloween by Mrs. Bendelari 25.00 

Christmas • • • • 45.6,3 

Dishes (250) 115.12 

7 dozen toys 1 4.00 

10 Kindergarten chairs 37.50 

Gingham for curtains 21 .60 

Installing Milk Station: 

Sterilizer $500.00 

Refrigerator 396.00 

2 Sinks 171.20 

Washer 58.05 

Tables 36.75 

Labor 90.00 

1,252.00 

Total $1,644.19 

REPORT OF THE LAYETTE COMMITTEE 
1928 

BALANCE ON HAND January 1, 1928. , $9.43 

1927 Donation (Deposited in 1926) 7.50 

$ 16.93 

Deposit April 28, 1928 250.00 

$266.93 
EXPENDITURES 
May 14, 1928, to Marshall Field & Co. for 21 Layettes at $11.90 

each $249.90 

BALANCE ON HAND January 1, 1929 17.03 

Deposit January 21, 1929 350.00 

BALANCE $367.03 

Following is a report of the Layettes at the Hospital: 

January 1, 1928, Layettes on hand 5 

Layettes put in by Committee 24 

Donation by Mrs. George De Mar 2 

Donation Chruch of Redeemer (Mrs. C. M. Irving) 2 

— 28 

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Given out by Miss Stephens 21 

BALANCE ON HAND January 1, 1929 12 

Respectfully submitted, 

KATHERINE FIELD RODMAN. 

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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE LINEN COMMITTEE 
OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

1928 

Madam President and Members : 

The Linen Committee has this year given the Hospital 6,201 
articles, costing $2,551.51. 

Besides this, we have supplied linen for the Training School 
of 4,691 articles costing $2,219.59, and paid the salary of the 
Supervisor of Linen of $1,500X0. 

The total amount therefore given the Hospital, as shown in 
the attached financial report, as $6,275.02. 

We would like to thank the Emergency Committee, who 
so generously gave the New Drum to the Laundry Equipment 
and the Woman's Board for the Marking Machine ; both have 
greatly facilitated the work of the department. 

We take this opportunity to thank all those who have gen- 
erously contributed to our funds and the churches and organi- 
zations who have helped make our garments. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MAY W. ELDRIDGE, 

Chairman. 

NUMBER AND COST OF ARTICLES GIVEN TO 
ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL DURING 1928 

Article Number Cost Total 

Patients' Gowns 690 @ $0.92y 2 $ 638.35 

Doctors' Gowns 468 @ 1.38 649.74 

Children's Gowns ... 240 @ .731/, 176.40 

Visitors' Gowns 36 @ 1.18 42.63 

Smocks, Orderlies' Coats 120 @ 1.10 132.30 

Binders 

Abdominal 252 @ .34 87.46 

Breast 664 @ .15 42.76 

"T" Binders 1,404 (a) .18 252.24 

Infant Slips 895 @ . . 148.18 

Infant Bands 561 @ . . 68.33 

Standard Covers 178 @ . . 27.28 

10 Gross Binding @ 1.22y 2 12.25 

Buttons 12 doz. @ . . .49 

Bed Pan Covers 207 @ . . 40.04 

O B Leggins— Material on Hand 36 . . . . .... 

Laundry Employees 

Trousers 6 @ 1.47 8.82 

Aprons 54 @ 1.43 61.74 

Pillow Covers 390 @ . . 162.50 

6,201 $2,551.51 

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Training School Linen 

Article Number Cost 

Sheets 480 @ 1.04 

Wash Cloths 1,002 @ .06 

Pillow Cases 288 do/., (a) 2.89 

Dresser Covers 240 yd. @ .13% 

Bed Spreads 750 @ 1.55 

Bath Towels . 600 (a) 1 .94 

Bath (Seconds) 70 @ 1.56 

Bath (Small) 60 @ .22 

Face Towels 1,201 @ .19% 



4,691 



Cartage on Linen to Northwestern Garment Co. 
Salary Paid to Supervisor of Linen 



Total 

500.00 

66.67 

88.28 

32.40 

1,162.50 

116.37 

10.92 

13.25 

234.20 

$2,219.59 

3.92 

1,500.00 

$6,275.92 



DONATIONS SENT THE HOSPITAL DURING 1928 



Mrs. John Pitcher: 

2 Stool Covers 
Glass Towel Backs 
1 Desk for Laundry 

1 Locker for Laundry 

2 Linen Backs @ 108.00 
File for Bequisitions 
Linen Beport Sheets 

Central Church: 

60 Diapers 

10 Gowns 

10 Baby Bands 

Trmity Church, Chicago: 

1 Bolt Gauze 

and Tape for Masks 

Christ Church, Woodlawn: 

1 Pair Baby Booties 

Woman's Guild, St. Mark's 
Church, Evanston, 111. 

60 Table Napkins 
125 Masks 



Sewing: 

Church of Annunciation, Chicago 

St. John's, Oak Park 

St. Paul's, Chicago 

Trinity Church, Chicago 

Christ Church, Winnetka 

St. Peter's, Chicago 

St. Chrysostoms, Chicago 

Christ Church, Biver Forest 

Trinity Church, Highland Park, 

111. 
Holy Communion, Maywood, 111. 
St. James, Chicago 
St. Marks, Evanston 
St. Marks, Glen Ellyn, 111. 
Holy Spirit, Lake Forest 
St. Marks, Chicago 
Holy Comforter, Kenilworth, 111. 
Christ Church, Woodlawn 
St. Luke's, Evanston, 111. 
Clergymen Wives — 

Mrs. Anderson 
Central Episcopal Church, 

Elmhurst 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TREASURER OF THE LINEN 
COMMITTEE OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL FOR 1928 

INVESTMENTS 

Dr. Cr. 

INVESTMENTS ON HAND JANUARY 1, 1928 
Linen Committee Fund: 

(Held by Mr. Willis of Henry H. 
Walker & Co.): 
Peterson Core Oil & Mfg. Co. 6V>% 

Note, due March 27, 1929 $1,000.00 

Peterson Core Oil & Mfg. Co. Part 

of 6Vo% Note, doe March 27, 

1930 400.00 

Frank M. Sandera and John Wajer 

6y 2 % Note dated January 11, 

1924, due January 11, 1929." 3,500.00 

(Held by Mrs. John W. Gary): 

Thomson & Clark Timber Co. 7% 

Bonds, Nos. M221-225 inclusive, 

due February 1, 1934 5,000.00 

Joseph and Anna Piekos 6% Note, 

dated June 11, 1927, due June 11, 

1932 3,500.00 $13,400.00 

Jessie Spalding Landon Linen Fund: 

(Held by Mr. Willis of Henry H. 
Walker & Co.): 
Peterson Core Oil & Mfg. Co. Part 

of 6y 2 % Note, due March 27, 1930 600.00 
John H. and Hattie H. Petzel 6y 2 % 

Note, dated August 25, 1923, due 

August 25, 1928 1,500.00 

Michael J. and Helen Pawlowski 

6% Note, dated June 25, 1926, 

due June 25, 1931 3,500.00 5,600.00 



Robert W. Roloson Fund: 

(Held by St. Luke's Hospital) 10,000.00 



TOTAL INVESTMENTS ON HAND JANUARY 

1, 1928 29,000.00 

CHANGES IN INVESTMENTS DURING 1928: 

Thomsen & Clark Timber Co. 7% 
Bonds: 
April 4, 1928— $5,000 Par Sold @ 
102 $5,100. November 16, 1925 — 
$5,000 Par Bot @ 100 $5,000 $ 5,000.00 

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PROFIT $ 100.00 

Chicago Automatic Conveyor Co. 
6% Notes: 
2 Notes, Nos. 15 and 16, dated 
July 9, 1927, due 5 years, each 
for $2,500. Taken in place of 
$5,000 Par Thomsen & Clark Tim- 
ber Co. 7% Bonds 5,000.00 

John H. and Hattie H. Petzel 
6%% Note dated August 25, 
1923, due August 25, 1928, ex- 
tended to August 25, 1933 (5 
years), with interest @ 6% per 
annum. 

Interest Received on Investments: 

$10,000.00 Roloson Fund, 5% In- 
terest for 1 vear to July 1, 1928.$ 500.00 

$3,500.00 Sandera & Wajer 6y 2 % 
Note, Interest 1 Yr. to July 11, 
1928 227.50 

$5,000.00 Thomsen & Clark Timber 
Co. 7% Bonds, Interest from 
August 1, 1927 to April 4, 1928 23(3.25 

$1,500.00 Petzel 6%% Note, Inter- 
est 1 Yr. to August 25, 1928 97.50 

$2,000.00 Peterson Core Oil & Mfg. 
Co. 6y,% Notes, Interest 1 Yr. 
to September 27, 1928 130.00 

$3,500 Pawlowski 6% Note, Inter- 
est 1 Yr. to December 25, 1928 210.00 

$3,500 Joseph and Anna Piekos 6% 
Note, Interest 1 Yr. to Decem- 
ber 11, 1928 210.00 

$5,000 Chicago Automatic Con- 
veyor Co. 6% Notes, Interest 1 
Yr. from April 11 to Julv 9, 
1928 '. . . . 75.33 

TOTAL INTEREST RECEIVED PROM IN- 
VESTMENTS DURING 1928 1,684.58 

INTEREST RECEIVED IN 1928 FROM IN- 
VESTMENTS TURNED OVER TO CURRENT 
ACCOUNT 

INVESTMENTS ON HAND 29,000.00 

CASH ON HAND— Profit in Sale of 
$5,000.00 Par Thomsen & Clark Tim- 
ber Co. 7% Bonds 100.00 

TOTAL INVESTMENTS ON HAND DECEM- 
BER 31, 1929 v 



1.684.58 



29,100.00 



$35,784.58 $35,784.58 



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LINEN COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT 
1928 

CURRENT ACCOUNT 

Disburse- 
Receipts ments 
Current Money on Hand January 1, 1928 $ 258.56 

RECEIPTS 

Interest from Investments (See Investments)... 1,684.58 
Profit in Sale of $5,000.00 Par Thomsen & Clark 

Timber Co. 7% Bonds (See Investments) 100.00 

Bank Interest 28.42 

Church Donations: 

y St. Chrysostom's Church — Dues 97.00 

General Donations: 

L. K. Baker (for 1927) $50.00 

L. K. Baker (for 1928) 50.00 $ 100.00 

Mrs. John deKoven 100.00 

Frederick T. Haskell 250.00 

. The Service Club 100.00 550.00 



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Woman's Board of St. Luke's Hospital: 

From 1927 Fashion Show for 1928 

Linen Supply $4,000.00 

From 1928 Fashion Show for 1929 

Linen Supply 4,000.00 8,000.00 

Miscellaneous: 

Refund from Laundry Employees for 

Aprons 72.34 

Sale of Napkins to Employees 1.40 73.74 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $10,533.74 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Northwestern Garment Factory: 

690 Patients' Gowns @ 92i/>e ea...$ 638.35 

1,404 "T" Binders @ 18c ea 252.24 

371 %-yds. Muslin @ ll%c yd. (for 

Breast Binders) 42.76 

10 Gross Binding @ $1.22y 2 12.25 

Cartage on Muslin 3.92 

54 Laundry Aprons @ $1,143 ea. . 61.74 
6 pr. Trousers for Laundry Em- 
ployees @ $1.47 ea 8.82 $1,020.08 



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Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co.: 

384 Sheets @ $1.04 ea $ 400.00 

88 yds. Sheeting @ 31c yd 27.28 

288 Pillow Cases @ .289 ea 83.28 

390 Pillow Covers @ .416 ea 162.50 

240 yds. Dresser Scarfing @ 13i/,c 

yd 32.40 

600 Bath Towels @ .194 ea 1 16.37 

1,201 Initialed Towels (a) 19y 2 c ea... 234.20 
70 Bath Towels (Seconds) @ .156 

each 10.92 

1,002 Wash Cloths @ .066 ea 66.67 

100 yds. Flannel (a) 50c yd. (for 

Baby Bands)' 50.00 

14.83 yds. Flannel @ 57^c yd. (for 

Baby Bands) 8.58 

15 yds. Flannel @ 65c 9.75 

1,261 yds. Flannelette @ ll%c (for 

Baby Dresses) 148.18 $1,350.13 

E. W. Marvin Co.: 

1 20 Smocks @ $1.10 $ 132.30 

468 Surgeons' Gowns @ $1,388 ea. . 649.74 

240 Children's Gowns @ 73y 2 c ea. . 176.40 

36 Visitors' Gowns @ $1,184 ea. . . 42.63 

252 Abdominal Binders @ .347 ea. . 87.46 

144 Buttons .49 1 ,089.02 

Cambridge Nestel Equipment Co.: 

96 Sheets @ $1.04 ea $ 100.00 

60 Towels @ 22c ea 13.25 1 1 3.25 

New & Frank: 

17014 yds. Zebra Strip Ticking @ 23V>c yd. 

(for 'Bed Pan Covers) 40.04 

Albert Pick & Co.: 

750 Bed Spreads @ $1.55 ea 1,162.50 

St. Luke's Hospital: 

Salary of Supervisor of Linen, 12 months @ 

$125 per month 1,500.00 



TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 6,275.02 

BALANCE CASH ON HAND DECEMBER 31, 

1928 , 4,517.28 



$10,792.30 $10,792.30 



ANNUAL REPORT OF MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 
JANUARY 23, 1929 

During the year we had two resignations from the Woman's 
Board — Mrs. Stanley Field and Mrs. Lester Armour. 

Three new members were added — Mrs. George Northrop, 
Mrs. Horace Gray, and Mrs. Frank Mulford. This gives us 
3 honorary members, 7 senior members, 56 active members, 
and 4 vacancies. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HELEN SHEDD REED, 

Chairman. 

NURSES' COMMITTEE— ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

REPORT FOR 1928 
RECEIPTS 

Balance December 31, 1927 $2,052.48 

December donation deposited in January 5.00 

$2,057.48 

Cheque from Woman's Board for 1929 2,500.00 

$4,557.48 
DISBURSEMENTS 

January $144.00 

February 5.00 

April 31.55 

May 179.29 

June 467.60 

$ 827.44 

Bank Balance $3,730.04 $4,557.48 

The disbursements were for entertainment, graduation exercises, 
lectures at University of Chicago and under the auspices of Illinois 
League of Nursing, and expense of two nurses attending convention 
at Louisville. 

It is most gratifying to note the eagerness with which the nurses 
respond to the offers of scholarships and opportunities to attend lec- 
tures, etc. 

There is marked improvement in the morale of the school with 
deeper realization of the responsibilities. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MRS. CHAUNCEY B. BORLAND, 
MRS. JOHN F. JELKE, JR., 
MRS. LESTER E. FRANKENTHAL, 
Chairmen. 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

DEPARTMENT OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

JANUARY 1, 1928 to DECEMBER 31, 1928 

RECEIPTS 

Balance on hand January 1, 1028 $2,533.85 

Interest on Hettler Bond — May and November 46.25 

Sale of articles made in department 78.15 

Received from Hospital for materials for patients' work 233.76 

From Hospital for Mrs. Abbey's salary 1,380.00 

From Women's Board for salaries and overhead 2,500.00 



$6,772.01 



EXPENDITURES 

Fixtures and Equipment: 

January $ 19.10 

February 1 6.20 

March 37.01 

April 33.95 

May 30.85 

June 48.46 

July 38.14 

August 27.56 

September 36.39 

October 19.02 

November 42.67 

December 47.50 $ 396.85 



Materials: 

January $ 37.28 

February 30.70 

March 32.56 

April 33.85 

May 31.97 

June 45.79 

July 22.50 

August 34.89 

September 42.76 

October 77.28 

November 40.62 

December 1 7.53 447.73 



Salaries: 

Miss Jane Myers $ 309.50 

Miss Nancy Osborne 280.00 

Mrs. Abbey * 1,800.00 2,389.50 3,234.08 



Balance on hand December 31, 1928 $3,537.93 

Total Expenditures $3,234.08 

Paid by Hospital 1 ,613.76 



Amount paid by Woman's Board $1,020.3' 



451 patients given work during the year. 

Projects taught during year: Basketry, Batik, Bead work, Bench 
wood work, Block Printing, Carving — wood and ivory, Celluloid work, 
Chair caning, Clay modeling, Construction work — paper and wood, 
Crocheting, Cross stitch, Design, Drawing, Dolls — stuffed cloth and 
wooden, Doll furniture — cardboard and wood, Embroidery, Enameling, 
Flower making — beads, tin, silk and wool, Fancy Needlework, Gesso, 
Hooked rugs, Italian, cutwork, weaving, quilting and hemstitching, 
Jewelry — solderless, Knotting, Knitting — rake and spool, Loom weav- 
ing, Leather work, Lampshades — silk, parchment, tin, Metal work, 
Modeling, Needle point, Painting, Paper construction, Quilts, Quilt- 
ing, Eeed, Eaffia, Rush seating, Sewing — plain and fancy, Stuffed ani- 
mals and toys, Stick printing, Spool knitting, Toy making — wood and 
tin, Tin, Flowers and waste baskets, Weaving, Wood work — wood 
inlay, wood carving. 
Donations: 

Box materials of silk, ribbons, wools Mrs. Otis 

Box materials, fringes and silks Mrs. Ellis 

Box materials, silk wools and embroidery floss Mrs. Folsom 

Cigar boxes Mrs. Baum 

Cards for boxes Mrs. Eldredge 

Magazines Mrs. Eldredge 

Box materials Mrs. Van Dorn 

Cigar boxes Mrs. Baum 

Box materials, wools, silks, embroidery silks and beads. .Mrs. Dixon 

Beads and materials for rugs Edw. Hines Hospital 

Silks, wools and materials Mrs. Skuyler 

Materials Miss Spence 

Materials for rugs. Wesley Hospital 

Box materials Mrs. Herrick 

Box materials Mrs. Anna Grey 

Materials for children's kimonas Mrs. Willis 

Cigar boxes Mrs. Baum 

Box materials Mrs. L. L. McArthur 

Two boxes materials for children's gowns Mrs. Willis 

Cigar boxes O. T. Dept. Evanston Hospital 

Box materials for children's gowns Mrs. Willis 

Cigar boxes Mrs. Baum 

Cigar boxes Mrs. Willis 

Boxes materials Mrs. Eldredge 

Box materials, silk goods, embroidery floss, etc Mrs. Willis 

Cigar boxes Mrs. C. O. Meacham 

Materials Miss Spence 

Box materials Mrs. AVillis 

Box materials Mrs. Paul Noyes 

Cigar boxes O. T. Dept. Evanston Hospital 

Box materials Mrs. Willis 

Box materials Mrs. H. Blair 

Pictures for boxes Mrs. H. Blair 

Magazines and pictures for decoration Anonymous 

Cigar boxes Anonymous 

Materials, also pictures for decoration Miss Blair 

Respectfully submitted, 

ANITA BLAIR, 

Chairman. 



VOLUNTEERS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

Mrs. Frank Mulford 
Mrs. Paul Willis 
Mrs. C. J. Blythin 
Mrs. Harold Eldredge 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT ST. LUKE'S 
HOSPITAL 

INVESTMENTS 

Investments on Hand January 1, 1928: 

$4,000 Indiana Electric Corp. 6y,% Bonds @ 

$105, due Aug. 1, 1953 $4,200.00 

$2,000 Illinois Power & Light Co. 5*/.% Bonds 

@ $100, due 1954 2,000.00 

$2,000 Montgomery Ward Prop. 5% Bonds @ 

98V 2 , due May 1, 1946 1,970.00 

$2,000 San Joaquin Lt. & Power 5% Bonds 

(a) 98V 2 , due Jan. 1, 1957 1,970.00 

$1,000 Northern Indiana Public Service Co. 

5% Bonds @ 981/2, due Nov. 1, 1966 985.00 

$4,000 Interstate Power Co. 5% Bonds @ 97%, 

due Jan. 1, 1957 3,900.00 

$15,025.00 
Certificates of Deposit: 

Ten $1,000 Certificates of Deposit 10,000.00 

INVESTMENTS ON HAND JANUARY 1, 1928 $25,025.00 

Assets on Hand December 31, 1928: 

Invested money — Bonds $15,025.00 

Certificates of Deposit 2,000.00 

Balance Current Account 13,831.92 

Emergency Funds Balance 2,345.18 



$33,202.10 
Ellen Waller Loan Fund 1,686.80 

MRS. FRANK X. WALLS, 

Chairman. 

MRS. PETITT WATSON, 

Vice-Chairman. 



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TREASURER'S REPORT SOCIAL SERVICE DEPART- 
MENT AND EMERGENCY FUNDS— 1928 

Keceipts 
Current Money on Hand January 1, 1928 $ 1,591.04 

RECEIPTS 
Clinic Fees: 

Dec Fees, 1927, received Jan., 1928 $ 291.40 

1928 Fees, 11 mos. (Dee., 1928, not received)... *5,663.90 5,958.30 



Interest on Bonds: 

Par 4,000 Indiana Electric. Corp. 6%% Bonds.. $ 260.00 

2,000 111. Power & Light Co. 5%% Bonds.. 110.00 

2,000 Montgomery Ward Prop. 5% Bonds.. 100.00 
2,000 San Joaquin Light & Power Co. 5% 

Bonds 100.00 

1,000 Northern Indiana Public Service Co. 

5% Bonds 50.00 

4,000 Interstate Power Co. 5% Bonds 200.00 820.00 

Interest on Bank Balance 3.39 

Interest on Certificates of Deposit 121.31 

Emergency Funds 3,284.47 

Certificates of Deposit: Cashed 8,000.00 

Fashion Show, 1928: 

From Woman's Board 15,000.00 

Delicacies Committee Contributions: 

Miss Julia E. Marston $ 5.00 

Mrs. Bertram! Walker 6.00 

Mrs. T. Philip Swift 10.00 

Mrs. H. B. Milman 1.00 

Mrs. F. Hixon 10.00 

Mrs. L. P. Kellev 1 0.00 

Mrs. John F. Jelke, Jr 5.00 

Mrs. F. S. Robinson 5.00 

Mrs. Fitzhugh 5.00 

Cash 1.00 

Clerica of Diocese of Chicago 15.00 

Mrs. John deKoven 10.00 

Mrs. Martica Heyworth 27.00 1 1 0.00 

General Contributions: 

Mrs. Stanley Field $ 1,500.00 

Scott Foresman & Company 200.00 

St. Chrysostoms' Guild 1 00.00 

Mrs. John W. Gary 100.00 

Mrs. Marguerite Petitt Watson 100.00 

Mr. Walter B. Smith 1 00.00 

Mr. Britton I. Budd 100.00 



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Disburse- 
Receipts ments 

Mrs. H. Morse 50.00 

Dr. E. W. Eyerson 25.00 

Mrs. H. Roloff 20.00 2,295.00 

Contributions Christmas Party: 

Mrs. Henry Hollis, Party 1927 $ 25.00 

Mrs. L. Coburn, Party 1927 10.00 

Mrs. Grace Clinch, Party 1927 35.00 

Mrs. Harold Eldridge, Party 1927 10.00 

Miss Eliza Campbell, Party 1927 5.00 85.00 

Contributions Christmas Party: 

Dr. Joseph L. Miller, Party 1928 $ 1 0.00 

Mrs. Harold Eldridge, Party 1928 5.00 

Miss Eliza Campbell, Party 1928 5.00 20.00 



Repayment on Salary ac. Mrs. Brownlow 40.00 ' 

Repayment by Hospital Miss Peterkin's Salary 100.00 

Repayment by Miss Hammond 50.00 

Total Receipts 1928 $35,887.47 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Salaries of Department Workers *$15,999.53 

Salary of Chemist, 11 mos * 825.00 

Emergency Funds Expense * 939.29 

Equipment Purchased * 772.15 

Petty Cash Paid Out $444.13 * 483.98 

Petty Cash a/c Xmas Party 39.85 

Christmas Party Expense * 220.47 

(For 1927 Petty Cash) 19.75 

(For 1928 Petty Cash) 20.10 

Printing and Stationery * 807.40 

Miscellaneous: Telegrams, Telephone, Special 
Nursing Care, Sanatorium Expense, Member- 
ship Social Service 

Gas for Patients 

Medicine for Patients 

Delicacies for Parents 

Postage 



863.86 


122.00 


156.90 


105.83 


5.00 



$21,301.41 



BALANCE ON HAND DECEMBER 31, 1928, 

Social Service Account 13,831.92 

BALANCE ON HAND DECEMBER 31, 1928, 

Emergency Funds 2,345.18 



Total 16,177.10 



$37,478.51 $37,478.51 

Operating Cost of Social Service Department: 

Salaries of Department Workers $15,999.53 

Salary of Chemist (11 mos.) 825.00 

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Salary of Chemist, December, 1928, not paid until Jan- 
uary, 1929 $ 75.00 

Emergency Funds Expense 939.29 

Equipment Purchased 772.15 

Petty Cash Paid Out— Miscellaneous $444.13 

Petty Cash ac. Xmas Party 39.85 

Christmas Party Expense 220.47 

(For 1927 party from Petty Cash, $19.75) 
(For 1928 party from Petty Cash, 20.10) 

Printing and Stationery 807.40 

Miscellaneous: Telegrams, Telephone, Special Nursing 

Care, Sanatorium Expense, Membership Social Service. 863.86 

Gas for Patients 122.00 

Medicine for Patients 156.90 

Delicacies for Patients 105.83 

Postage 5.00 

Gross Cost $21,376.41 

Less Clinic Fees received in 1928 (11 mos.) $5,663.90 

Dec. Fees collected, not banked 421.05 6,084.95 

Net Operating Cost 1928 $15,291.46 



REPORT OF CHRISTMAS PARTY— SOCIAL SERVICE 
DEPARTMENT— 1928 

Donations 1928 Party: 

Dr. Joseph L. Miller $ 10.00 

Mrs. Harold Eldridge 5.00 

Miss Eliza Campbell 5.00 $ 20.00 

Expenditures 1928 Party: 

Sawyer Biscuit Co., cookies $ 9.01 

Butler Bros., gifts 135.11 

Horder's Stores, coat tags 1.35 

Herman Roethig, magician 20.00 

Hydrox Corp., ice cream 24.00 

Walter Birck Co., candy 31.00 220.47 

Expenditures 1928 Party from Petty Cash: 

Gift for Santa Clans $ 7.50 

Costume for Santa Claus 5.00 

Decorations 5.45 

Paper caps 1.70 

Boxes 45 20.10 

Total Expense 1928 Party $240.57 

Christmas tree donated by Mrs. Marguerite Watson. 
Toys donated by Mrs. Charles Schweppe. 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT— ST. LUKE'S 
HOSPITAL 

ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CLINICS— 1928 

Received in January, 1928, December Fees, 1927 $ 294.40 

January $ 419.00 

February 503.75 

March 522.80 

April 503.25 

May 527.55 

June 525.75 

July 495.95 

August 546.95 

September 495.80 

October 576.95 

November 546.15 

$5,663.90 
December Fees collected, not received — $421.05. 
Chemist's Salary, 11 mos $ 825.00 4,838.90 

Net Amount Clinic Fees $5,133.30 



REPORT OF ELLEN WALLER LOAN FUND 

1928 

Balance on hand January 1, 1928 $1,613.23 

Interest on Bank Deposits 11.62 

$1,624.85 
Deposits 224.95 

$1,849.80 
Expenditures (6 new loans) 163.00 

Balance on hand December 31, 1928 $1,686.80 



EMERGENCY FUND SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

January 1, 1928, to December 31, 1928 

Emergency Fund 

Currency on hand January 1, 1928 $ 76.06 

Deposited 76.00 

$ 152.06 
Expended 

Sharp & Smith, clinic supplies $ 47.90 

Special nurse for patient 19.00 



Boydston Bros., ambulance $ 8.25 

Mr. McQuinn, X-ray pictures 1.95 

$ 77.10 

Balance on hand December 31, 1928 $ 74.96 

Eye Clinic Fund 

Currency on hand January 1, 1928 $ 184.96 

Deposited 256.30 

$ 441.26 
Expended 

American Optical Company, eye instru- 
ments — artificial eye $ 24.75 

Sharp & Smith, retinoscope 10.30 

Dow Optical Co., ambyloscope 18.00 

53.05 

Balance on hand December 31, 1928 388.21 

Dermatology Fund 

Currency on hand January 1, 1928 $ 483.62 

Deposited 1 ,494.14 

$1,977.76 

Expended * 

Chemist's Supply Co., medicine for Skin 

Clinic $697.33 

St. Luke's liver extract for patient 28.50 

Wright & Lawrence, needles 4.59 

730.42 

Balance on hand December 31, 1928 1,247.34 

Dr. H. O. Jones' Clinic Fund 

Currency on hand January 1, 1928 $ 144.65 

Deposited 131.00 

$ 275.65 

Expended 

Goodwin Corset Co $ 13.50 

Sharp & Smith, supplies 15.55 

Crane Co., faucet for clinic 7.50 

36.55 

Balance on hand December 31, 1928 239.10 

$1,949.61 

Mrs. Willing Fund 

Currency on hand January 1, 1928 $ 39.55 

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Expended 

Chemist's Supply Co., medicine for Chil- 
dren's Clinic $ 39.55 

Obstetrical Fund 

Balance on hand December 31, 1929 $ 25.00 

Dr. Culver G. U. Fund 

Currency on hand January 1, 1928 $ 50.00 

Deposited . 1 0.00 

$ 60.00 
Expended 

V. Mueller & Co., clinic supplies 2.62 

$ 57.38 

Balance on hand December 31, 1928 57.38 

Neurological Fund 

Balance on hand December 31, 1928 5.00 

Medical Fund 

Balance on hand December 31, 1928 300.00 

(Contribution by Mr. C. B. Scoville) 
Bank Interest 8.19 

TOTAL AMOUNT IN FUND DECEMBER 31, 1928 $2,345.18 



REPORT OF SPECIAL ORTHOPEDIC FUND 

Margquette Charitable Organization 

January 1, 1928, to December 31, 1928 

Amt. Paid 

Number of to 

Patients Benefited Hospital 

January 28 $ 1,995.75 

February 43 1,648.50 

March * 37 1,793.25 

April 35 1,594.00 

Mav 35 1 ,290.50 

June 28 1,230.00 

July 34 1 ,471.16 

August 36 1 ,507.00 

September 44 1,574.75 

October 44 1,274.10 

November 32 1,824.25 

December 31 1,439.25 

427 $18,642.51 

Amount paid for braces, splints, artificial limbs, corsets, 

shoes , 427.62 

Total expended from Fund $19,070.13 

NOTE: The above amount of $18,642.51 which was paid to the Hos- 
pital included board and room of patients, gas, braces, etc. 
The amount of $427.62 included articles purchased outside of 
Hospital. 

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SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT— ANNUAL REPORT 

January 1, 1928, to December 31, 1928 

SUMMARY 

Free cases admitted through Social Service. . . 1,365 

(This number does not include free patients hospitalized on 
Special Orthopaedic Fund.) 

Medical cases 326 

Surgical cases 214 

Obstetrical cases 133 

Orthopaedic cases 113 

Pediatric cases 72 

Gynecological cases 174 

Nose and Throat cases 232 

Eye cases 15 

Genito-Urinary 35 

Neurological cases 51 

Visits to Medical clinic new 1,309. . . . 5,911 

Visits to Obstetrical clinic new 953 .... 4,564 

Visits to Orthopedic clinic new 581 .... 4,169 

Visits to Pediatric clinic new 801 .... 3,281 

Visits to Gynecological clinic new 884. . . . 3,876 

Visits to Nose and Throat clinic new 1,256. . . . 3,147 

Visits to Eye clinic new 358 .... 1,533 

Visits to Genito-Urinary clinic new 139 ... . 678 

Visits to Neurological clinic new 119. ... . 909 

Visits to Skin clinic new 230 2,821 

Visits to Children's clinic new 60 ... . 335 

Visits to Surgical clinic new 660 .... 1 ,776 

Total number of clinic visits 33,000 

Total number of new patient visits 7,350 

Number of Skin Treatments given 1,868 

Home visits 1,317 

Cases referred from cooperating agencies 1,709 

Cases referred to cooperating agencies 343 

Patients benefited by convalescent care 25 

Patients sent to country on vacations 100 

Adoptions 4 

Medicine furnished to 192 

Gas furnished to 15 

Crutches furnished to 13 

Barber service for 2 



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REPORT OF CLINICS 

SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

January 1, 1928, to December 31, 1928 

PEDIATRIC CLINIC 

Number of new eases 801 

Number of elinic visits 3,281 

Number of clinics held 101 

Average clinic attendance 32 

PRE-NATAL AND POST-NATAL CLINIC 

Number of new cases 953 

Number of clinic visits 4,564 

Number of clinics held 254 

Average clinic attendance 17 plus 

GYNECOLOGICAL CLINIC 

Number of new cases 884 

Number of clinic visits 3,876 

Number of clinics held 202 

Average clinic attendance 19 plus 

ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC 

Number of new cases 581 

Number of clinic visits 4,169 

Number of clinics held 255 

Average clinic attendance 16 plus 

SURGICAL CLTNIC 

Number of new cases 660 

Number of clinic visits 1,776 

Number of clinics held 244 

Average clinic attendance 7 plus 

MEDICAL CLINIC 

Number of new cases 1,309 

Number of clinic visits 5,91 1 

Number of clinics held 306 

Average clinic attendance 19 plus 

CHILDREN'S CLINIC 

Number of new cases 60 

Number of clinic visits 335 

Number of clinics held 46 

Average clinic attendance 7 plus 

NOSE AND THROAT CLINIC 

Number of new cases 1,256 

Number of clinic visits 3,147 

Number of clinics held 250 

Average clinic attendance 12 plus 

EYE CLINIC 

Number of new cases 358 

Number of clinic visits 1,533 

Number of clinics held 1 60 

Average clinic attendance 9 plus 

Number of eye refractions 323 

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GENITOURINARY CLINIC 

Number of new eases 139 

Number of clinic visits 678 

Number of clinics held 112 

Average clinic attendance 6 plus 

DERMATOLOGY CLINIC 

Number of new eases 230 

Number of clinic visits 2,821 

Number of clinics held 98 

Average clinic attendance 28 plus 

Number of treatments given. , 1,868 

NEUROLOGICAL CLINIC 

Number of new eases 119 

Number of clinic visits 909 

Number of clinics held 98 

Average clinic attendance 9 plus 



REPORT OF SPECIAL WORK 

January 1, 1928 to December 31, 1928 

The following is a summary of work done by Miss Katherine 

Stephens. Miss Stephens' work is made possible through a fund pro- 
vided by Grace Church and is confined entirely to hospital Social 
Service work. 

Number of bedside calls 9,370 

Special bedside calls 883 

Home visits 545 

Aged persons placed in institutions 11 

Children temporarily placed while mothers were in hospital 83 

Patients transferred to Oak Forest Infirmary 3 

Infants permanently placed , 10 

Adults sheltered . 48 

Convalescent care arranged 42 

Persons aided through other organizations 103 

Cases referred to Court: 

Juvenile 6 

Domestic Relations 2 

Psychopathic 3 

Legal aid 3 

Juvenile Protective 3 

Positions secured 43 

Children placed in special schools 5 

Layettes given out 21 

Baptisms arranged in hospital chapel 3 

Marriage arranged in hospital chapel 1 

Homes re-established 3 

Intensive case work 136 

Many letters, errands, phone calls made, delicacies and clothing 
distributed. 

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DONATIONS RECEIVED 



January 1, 1928 to December 31, 1928 



The department gratefully acl 
Mrs. Richard M. Ashcraft: 

Clothing, magazines. 
Mr. Henry A. Blair: 

Clothing, Victrola records. 
Mrs. Chai ncey Borland: 

Clothing. 
Mr. William Bryscn: 

Clothing. 
Mrs. George De Mar: 

2 layettes. 
Mr. George Dunlock: 

Clothing. 
Mrs. Harold Eldridfe: 

Miscellaneous clothing. 
Emmanuel Episcopal Church of 
LaGrange: 

Easter flowers. 
Fairbanks Morse & Company: 

Clinic scales. 
Mrs. Stanley Field: 

18 plants, miscellaneous 

donations and clothing. 
Mrs. Thomas Finnigan: 

Miscellaneous clothing. 
Miss Elizabeth Fitzgibbons: 

Clothing. 
Mrs. Richard Folsom: 

Surgical apparatus and clothing 
Mrs. Fulton: 

Clothing. 
Mrs. John W. Gary: 

Magazines, 8 tulip plants. 
Miss Ida M. Gibson: 

Maga-zines. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Fitz Gibbons: 

Clothing. 
Mrs. H. C. Glidden: 

Clothing. 

Mrs. William Hall: 

Clothing, shoes. 
Mrs. Edward H. Harsha: 

Clothing. 

Respectfu 



knowledges the following donations 
Miss Lorise Herrick: 

Clothing. 
Mrs. L. L. McArthur: 

Miscellaneous clothing. 
Needlecraft Guild of America: 

200 articles of clothing. 

Miss Anna Neres: 

Clothing. 
Mrs. T. S. Pardridge: 

Toys. 

Frances Parker School for Girls 

Clothing. 

Church of the Redeemer: 

2 layettes (Mrs. C. M. Irving) 
Mrs. Kersey Coats Reed: 

Toys, 2(3 plants, 1 box lilies. 
Dr. E. W. Ryerson: 

Smoking jacket. 
Miss Ruth Sackett: 

1 dress. 
Mrs. Charles Schweppe: 

Toys. 
Dr. A. G. Smith: 

1 dress. 
Mrs. George Trumbull: 

Flowers. 
Union League Boys' Club: 

Picture books. 
Mrs. Frank Walls: 

Victor records. 
Mrs. Marguerite Pettit Watson: 

Clothing, miscellaneous dona- 
tion, books, magazines, 4 tulip 

plants, Christmas tree. 

Mrs. Mark Willing: 

Clothing, shoes, skates, 
magazines. 

Mrs. Fritz Worm: 

Miscellaneous clothing. 

Layette Committee: 
24 layettes. 

lly submitted, 

ELIZABETH G. WALLS, 

Treasurer and Chairman. 



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DONATIONS TO DELICACIES COMMITTEE OF THE 
SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

1928 

Grace Church, Chicago: 

26 Glasses Jelly 
St. James Parish, Chicago: 

108 Glasses Jelly, Jam, Fruit Preserves 
St. Paul's Church, Chicago: 

47 Glasses Jelly 
Trinity Church, Chicago: 

38 Glasses Jelly 
Church of the Holy Spirit, Lake Forest, 111.: 

166 Glasses Jelly 
St. Paul's Church, Riverside, 111.: 

25 Glasses Jelly 

St. James' Church, Dundee, 111.: 

15 Glasses Jam and Jelly 
St. Michael and All Angels Church, Berwyn, 111.: 

20 Glasses Jelly 
1 Jar Pears 
Trinity Church, Wheaton, 111.: 

26 Glasses Jelly 

St. Martin's Episcopal Church, Austin, 111.: 

20 Glasses Jelly 
Church of the Messiah, Chicago: 

10 Glasses Jelly 
St. Luke's Church, Dixon, 111.: 

25 Glasses Jelly 
Christ Church, River Forest, 111.: 

51 Glasses Jelly 
Grace Church, Freeport, 111.: 

55 Glasses Jelly and Preserves 



VOLUNTEER SERVICE REPORT 

1928 

The Volunteer Service within the Social Service Depart- 
ment has received satisfactory volunteered support and the 
constant, able and very effective assistance of its maintained 
staff. 

The scope of the volunteer service is so wide that, for the 
unfamiliar, it should be stated that the work includes not only 
writing histories, taking dictation, looking up records and 

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aiding the doctors in the clinics, but also advising patients 
who, after leaving the Hospital, have returned for aid in 
personal or private affairs. 

During the past year the facilities have been increased by 
the addition of one day and one night regular nurse to assist 
with the patients and the work of the Social Service Depart- 
ment and by the services of a full time assistant for filing 
and statistics, and an additional assistant maintained by 
Grace Episcopal Church and assigned to cardiac cases. Clin- 
ics have again been enlarged and were held from nine to 
twelve, and from one to four. The medical, surgical, gyne- 
cological, obstetrical and children's clinics, the latter including 
infant feeding and medical and cardiac clinics, also the ortho- 
pedic, and the ear, nose, throat and eye clinics have been held 
daily, while the genito-urinary diseases, neurological and skin 
disease clinics are held twice a week. 

We wish to thank all volunteers — Miss Florence Sargent, 
Miss Mary J. Lake, Miss Jane Condon, Miss Paula Wilms, 
Miss Judith Walsh, Miss Helen M. Hurley, Miss Elaine Black- 
man, Mrs. E. I. Cuclahy, Mrs. Edith K. Walsh, Mrs. Victor 
Elting, Mrs. George Rice, and Mrs. Horace Gray — for their 
interest, loyalty and faithful attendance. 

I again wish to take the opportunity to express my appre- 
ciation to the Social Service Staff for their continued alert- 
ness in advancing the purposes of the Social Service Depart- 
ment and for their readiness always to lend every assistance. 
The work of this Staff has been characterized by tireless 
devotion to their many duties and has earned and received 
the admiration of workers and patients alike. 

Miss Anna Armstrong, as leader of the staff, has again 
shown the greatest ability and vision in all the work of the 
Social Service Department and has been an inspiration to 
everyone with whom she has come in contact, and an example 
of how the many and varied duties of this service can be 
carried out with the greatest thought and consideration. 

We desire to state to the Hospital Staff our thanks for 
their uniform and constructive co-operation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MARGUERITE P. WATSON. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL LINEN COMMITTEE 

DECEMBER 31, 1929 

St. Luke's Hospital Linen Committee 
Chicago, 111. 

Mesdames: 

We have audited the cash transactions of St. Luke's Hospital Linen 
Committee as disclosed by the Treasurer's records for the year ended 
December 31, 1928, and have prepared therefrom the attached state- 
ment of Receipts and Disbursements and Interest received from In- 
vestments. 

The income receipts for the year ended December 31, 1928, exceeded 
the expenses by $4,258.72, an increase of $5,450.65 compared with the 
deficit for the previous year. 

A comparison of the income receipts and expenses for the two years 
ended December 31, 1928, is shown in the following summary: 

Increase 
1928 1927 *Decrease 

Income : 

Donations $ 8,647.00 $1,338.00 $7,309.00 

Interest 1,789.67 1,493.14 296.53 

Sale of Aprons, Caps, etc 73.74 174.01 100.27* 

Miscellaneous 100.00 145.17 45.17* 



$10,610.41 $3,150.32 $7,460.09 



Expenses : 

Salary 1,500.00 1,325.00 175.00 

Material 4,775.02 3,017.25 1,757.77 

Interest, etc 76.67 76.67 

$ 6,351.69 $4,342.25 $2,009.44 

Income in Excess of Expenses $ 4,258.72 $1,191.93* $5,450.65 

The increase in income is primarily attributable to the fact that 
the 1928 receipts include two donations from the Women's Board of 
St. Luke's Hospital of $4,000.00 each from the 1927 and 1928 Fashion 
Shows for Linen supply. 

In the course of our audit we reconciled the cash in bank at Decem- 
ber 31, 1928, with the balance on deposit at the Continental National 
Bank and Trust Company. We found the disbursements for the year 
properly supported by invoices and cancelled checks and traced all 
receipts recorded in the cash book to their deposit in the bank. The 
interest received on investments is presented in Schedule 2, as re- 
ported in the cash book, but, as in the past, we have not inspected 
the securities. 

Yours respectfully, 

EDWARD GORE & CO. 

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CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1928 

Miscel- 
Eeceipts Income laneous Total 

Cash in Bank January 1, 1928 $ 258.56 $ 258.56 

Donations: 

Churches $ 97.00 

General 8,550.00 8,647.00 

Interest : 

Investments 1,761.25 1,789.67 

Bank Balance 28.42 

Sale of Aprons, Caps and Napkins 73.74 73.74 

Sale of Bonds 1 00.00 5,000.00 5,1 00.00 

$10,610.41 $5,258.56 $15,868.97 
Disbursements: 

Salary Supervisor of Linen 1,500.00 1,500.00 

Purchases of Material 4,775.02 4,775.02 

Purchase of Notes 76.67 5,000.00 5,076.67 

$ 6,351.69 $5,000.00 $11,351.69 
Cash in Bank, December 31, 1929 4,517.28 4,517.28 

$ 6,351.69 $9,517.28 $15,868.97 

INTEREST FROM INVESTMENTS 

YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1928 

Interest Interest 

Eate Investment Received 

Notes Receivable: 

Frank M. Sanders and John Wajer. . 6V»% $ 3,500.00 $ 227.50 

John H. and Hattie Petzel 6%% 1,500.00 97.50 

Peterson Gore Oil & Mfg. Co 6Vo% 2,000.00 130.00 

Michael J. and Helen Pawlowski 6% 3,500.00 210.00 

Joseph and Anna Piekos 6% 3,500.00 210.00 

Chicago Automatic Conveyor Co 6% 5,000.00 150.00 

Bonds: 

Thomson and Clark Timber Co 7% 5,000.00* 236.25 

Roloson Bequest 5% ] 0,000.00 500.00 

$1,761.25 

Less — Accrued interest paid at purchase 
of Chicago Automatic Conveyor Co. 
Notes 76.67 



$1,684.58 



*Bonds sold on April 11, 1928, and replaced by notes of Chicago 
Automatic Conveyor Co. 

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January 16, 1929. 

Mrs. Ginvera K. Mitchell, 

Woman's Board of St. Luke's Hospital, 

Chicago, Illinois. 

Dear Madam : 

In accordance with your request we have audited the 
accounts and records of the Woman's Board of St. Luke's 
Hospital for the year ending December 31, 1928, and attach 
hereto a statement of the Receipts and Disbursements showing 
a balance on hand and in bank of $12,669.60. 

During the year the Board purchased $4,000 Sinclair Con- 
solidated Oil Corporation 6% Bonds and $4,000 American 
Roiling Mill 5y 2 % Bonds at a total cost of $8,063.44, includ- 
ing accrued interest and commission. These bonds have not 
been examined by us at this time. 

We examined and compared the book records with the bank 
statements and submit herewith a bank reconciliation as at 
December 31, 1928. 

Yours faithfully, 

ARTHUR YOUNG & CO. 



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WOMAN'S BOARD OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

STATEMENT OF EECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
DURING THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1929 

RECEIPTS 

Membership Dues and Fines $ 4(57.00 

Associate Membership Dues 2,590.00 

Associate Members' Donations 220.00 

Bank Interest 147.65 

Interest on Sinclair Bonds 120.00 

Interest on American Rolling Mill Bonds 100.00 

$ 3, 644.65 
Free Bed Fund Donations: 

Mrs. J. T. Noyes 10.00 

Miss Newell 50.00 

Mrs. Casselberry, Sr 300.00 

Miss Carter . . 600.00 



960.00 
Donations: 

St. Elizabeth Church, Glencoe, for Social 

Service 10.00 \ 

Members of Board, for furnishing Mrs. 

Crocker's Room 580.00 

Miss Newell, for Work of Women's Board... 100.00 

Mrs. DeFrees, Annual Donation 300.00 

Mrs. Gary for Stickney House Furnishings.. 189.20 
Women's Guild and Auxiliary, St. Luke's 

Church, Evanston 50.00 

Mrs. C. O. Meacham for Patients' Christmas 25.00 | 1,254.20 

Proceeds — Fashion Show 1927 200.00 

Proceeds— Fashion Show 1928 32,399.15 

$38,458.00 
RECEIPTS $38,458.00 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Salaries — Recreational Director $ 1,800.00 

Salaries — Half Time, Miss Shannon when ill.... 105.00 

Social Service Committee 45.00 

Linen Committee 4,000.00 

Central Council of Nursing Education 150.00 

Grove House — Support of "Bed 160.00 

Purchase of $4,000 American Rolling Mill 5V 2 % 

Bonds , 3,996.1 1 

Purchase of $4,000 Sinclair Consolidated Oil Cor- 
poration 6% Bonds 3,960.00 

Interest and Commission 107.33 

St. Luke s Hospital 5.50 

Layette Committee 250.00 

St. Luke's for Furnishing Mrs. Crocker's Room.. 840.04 



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Party Expense— St. Luke's, May 14, 1928 244.00 

Scholarship — Mrs. Crocker 150.00 

Piano Purchase 675.00 

Furnishing Stickney House 189.20 

Holiday Committee 50.00 

National Marking Machine Co 287.50 

Free Bed Fund . 2,1 00.00 

Disbursement of Ball Monev: 

Social Service $15,000.00 

Holiday Committee 200.00 

Kindergarten Committee 100.00 

Layette Committee 350.00 

Linen Committee 4,000.00 

Nurses' Committee 2,500.00 

Occupational Therapy Committee. 2,500.00 



$24,650.00 $43,764.68 



Excess Disbursements over Eeceipts $ 5,306.68 

BALANCE OF CASH IN BANK, JANUARY 1, 1928 17,976.28 



BALANCE OF CASH IN BANK, DECEMBER 31, 1928 $12,669.60 



WOMAN'S BOARD OF ST. LUKES HOSPITAL 

RECONCILIATION OF BANK ACCOUNT, DECEMBER 31, 1928 

Lake Shore Trust and Savings Bank: 

BALANCE PER BANK STATEMENT $18,629.60 

Less: Outstanding Checks $ 200.00 

100.00 

350.00 

2,500.00 

2,500.00 

310.00 5,960.00 



BALANCE PER CASH BOOK, DECEMBER 31, 1928 $12,669.60 



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BY-LAWS OF THE WOMAN'S BOARD OF 
ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

ARTICLE I. 

The Board shall be called the Woman's Board of St. Luke's 
Hospital. 

ARTICLE II. 

Its object shall be to aid the Trustees of the Hospital to 
provide bedding, table linen, china, reading matter, delica- 
cies, comforts for the sick and furnishings for the Hospital 
and the Elizabeth Stickney Home (The Training School for 
Nurses) also to invite the co-operation and secure the help 
of the Episcopal Churches and all charitable people of Chicago 
in the work of the Hospital. 

ARTICLE III. 

Section 1. Membership shall be of four classes : Honorary, 
Senior, Active and Associate. 

Sec. 2. Honorary Membership may be conferred upon one 
who has rendered especial or distinguished service to the 
work of the Board. The name of one desired to be so hon- 
ored shall be sent in writing, with the reasons therefor, 
signed by at least two members of the Board, to the Mem- 
bership Committee. If the name is considered favorably by 
the unanimous ballot of the Membership Committee, it shall 
be recommended to the Board where election shall be by 
ballot. A unanimous vote of the Board shall elect to Honor- 
ary Membership. Honorary Members have all the rights and 
privileges of membership except the right to vote and hold 
office. Honorary Members pay no dues. 

Sec. 3. Senior Members shall be chosen, on the recom- 
mendation or with the approval of the Membership Com- 
mittee, from those who have served as active members of 
the Board. They shall have the right to attend all meetings, 
may vote at all meetings and have all the rights and privi- 
leges of active members except that of holding office. Senior 
members shall not, unless volunteering or expressing a desire 
so to do, be considered available for active work or service 
at the Hospital. Senior members shall pay annual dues of 
$15.00. 

Sec. 4. Active Members shall not exceed sixty in num- 
ber ; shall pay annual dues of $5.00, and have all rights and 
privileges of membership. 

Sec. 5. Associate Members pay annual dues of $10.00. 
They shall have the right to attend meetings of the Board, 

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and shall be notified by card of the annual meetings. Asso- 
ciate Members do not vote nor hold office. 

Sec. 6. Candidates for membership on the Board shall be 
recommended in writing by two members of the Board to the 
Membership Committee. The Membership Committee shall 
vote by ballot upon candidates so recommended, and upon 
unanimous vote same shall be referred to the Board for final 
action. The Board shall vote by ballot upon candidates 
recommended by the Membership Committee. Three nega- 
tive votes shall defeat election. 

Sec. 7. The Membership Committee shall consist of the 
three Vice-Presidents with the Second Vice-President as 
Chairman and two non-office holding members to be elected 
by the Board at the Annual Meeting. 

ARTICLE IV. 

Section 1. Officers: The Officers of the Board shall be a 
President, three Vice-Presidents, Recording Secretary, Corre- 
sponding Secretary and a Treasurer. 

Sec. 2. At or prior to the November Meeting of the Board 
the President shall appoint a Nominating Committee of five 
members, whose names shall be announced by the Recording 
Secretary at the November Meeting. To this Committee 
shall be entrusted the recommendation of a ticket consisting 
of at least one name for each office to be filled. No one shall 
be recommended by the Nominating Committee whose con- 
sent to serve has not been first obtained. The ticket so pre- 
pared shall be announced at the December Meeting, after 
which a copy shall be mailed to all voting Members of the 
Board, and shall be presented to the Board at its January 
Annual Meeting, at which meeting nominations may also be 
made from the floor. The election shall be by ballot and a 
majority vote shall elect. 

Sec. 3. The officers elected at the annual meeting shall 
serve one year and until their successors shall be elected and 
qualified. 

ARTICLE V. 

Section 1. There shall be an Executive Committee consist- 
ing of the Officers of the Board and Chairmen of all standing 
committees. The Executive Committee shall meet at the call 
of the President. 

Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the President to preside at 
all meetings, appoint all committees not otherwise provided 
for, and perform the ordinary duties of the President. 

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Sec. 3. The First Vice-President shall perform all the 
duties of the President in her absence. 

Sec. 4. The Second or Third Vice-President shall perform 
the duties of President, in the absence of both the President 
and the First Vice-President. The Second Vice-President 
shall be the Chairman of the Membership Committee. 

Sec. 5. The Corresponding Secretary shall conduct all cor- 
respondence on behalf of the Board, and shall send the usual 
notices of meetings. 

Sec. 6. The Recording Secretary shall keep and preserve 
reports and minutes of all the meetings, and shall mail copies 
of the minutes to the President and Corresponding Secretary. 
She shall also perform such other duties as may be directed 
by the Board. 

Sec. 7. The Treasurer shall collect the dues and receive 
the Funds of the Board, and shall pay out money only as 
directed by the Board. She shall keep such records as may 
be prescribed by the Board, and shall submit to the President 
each month an accurate exhibit of receipts and disburse- 
ments. 

ARTICLE VI. 

Section 1. The annual meeting of the Board shall be held 
on the fourth Wednesday in January at 10:30 a.m., at which 
time the annual dues of $5.00 shall be paid. 

Sec. 2. The regular meetings of the Board shall be held 
at St. Luke's Hospital, on the first Wednesday of each month 
from October to June inclusive. 

Sec. 3. Seven members shall constitute a quorum for the 
transaction of business at all meetings, including the Annual 
Meeting. 

ARTICLE VII. 

Section 1. Order of Business. The order of business for 
the Annual Meeting shall be as follows : 

(a) Prayer. 

(b) Roll Call. 

(c) Minutes of last Annual Meeting. 

(d) Reports of Officers : 

President. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Auditor. 

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(e) Reports of Standing Committees: 

Emergency. 

Support of Free Beds. 

Furnishings. 

Delicacies. 

Nurses. 

Kindergarten. 

Linen. 

Social Service. 

Membership. 

Nominating. 

(f) Nominations from the Floor. 
(g) Election of Officers. 

(h) New business. 
(i) Adjournment. 
Sec. 2. Order of business for the regular meetings of the 
Board shall be as follows : 
Prayer. 
Roll Call. 

Reading of the Minutes of the Previous Meeting. 
Report of the Corresponding Secretary. 
Report of the Treasurer. 
Reports of Chairmen of various Committees. 
Miscellaneous Business. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

Duties of Members. 
It shall be the duty of the members of the Woman's Board 
to attend the monthly meetings. A fine of $1 for each 
absence from Board Meetings shall be assessed, except in the 
case of non-resident members. 

ARTICLE IX. 

Section 1. All Committees shall have power to increase 
their membership, adopt rules not inconsistent therewith, 
elect their own officers, the chairmen being members of the 
Board. Committees shall hold regular meetings at which the 
work of such committees shall be organized and transacted. 
The Chairman of each Committee shall report to the Board 
plans of work contemplated, and written report of the work 
accomplished. 

ARTICLE X. 

These By-Laws may be amended by a two-thirds vote at 
any regular meeting, notice in writing of the proposed 
amendment having been sent to all members of the Board. 

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